VeriSign SSL Certificates are now from Symantec
Note: All VeriSign SSL now come in SAN (multi-domain) versions of up to 4 domains.
If you just want the regular certificate, please leave SAN option as "0."
Go for Green.
VeriSign Secure Site Pro with EV SSL Certificate
of 128-bit and up to 256-bit encryption and more than 99% browser recognition. VeriSign Secure Site Pro with EV SSL
Certificate is enabled by Server
Gated Cryptography (SGC) to help ensure strong encryption to site visitors. Includes
$1,500,000 warranty and the VeriSign Secured Seal
Extended Validation triggers the display of the green address bar in the latest
high-security browsers, and True 128-bit SSL Certificates enable every site visitor
to experience the strongest SSL encryption available to them.
Certain older browsers and operating systems will not connect at the strongest encryption
level available to them unless there is a Server Gated Cryptography (SGC)-enabled
certificate on the server. VeriSign is the leading SSL provider of SGC-enabled SSL
Certificates, enabling 128- or 256-bit encryption for over 99.9% of Internet users.
Notification Level in Browsers
Includes Site Seal
Uses Chained Certificates
Single Domain Name (FQDN)
1-10 Business Days
Business and Domain Validation
Domain Name and Business Name Shown On Certificate
Up to 256-bit, Automatic step-up (SGC)
Single Server - Additional server licenses may be purchased
Features & Benefits:
Secure Site Pro with EV certificates offer you:
- Extended Validation, Green Address Bar
- SGC Enabled - Strong Encryption
- 128-bit minimum to 256-bit encryption
- Full business authentication
- $1,500,000 warranty
- VeriSign Secured® Seal
- Installation Checker
- 99.9% Browser Recognition Rate
- Supports Mobile Devices
- Includes 30 Day Issuance Insurance
- Free Vulnerability Assessment & Actionable Report
SSL Certificates work with virtually every Web browser that
ever shipped and all popular Web browsers used since 1996. VeriSign SSL Certificates
offer the highest browser compatibility achieved by any SSL Certificate.
VeriSign needs to receive validation of your business registration using one of
the choices below.
All documentation must be current, and show an official filing date of recording
Acceptable Proof of Right (Business Registration)
Tax licenses (US customers only)
- Articles of Incorporation
- Business License
- Certificate of Formation
- Doing Business As (DBA) License
- Registration of Trade Name or Assumed Name
- Charter Documents
- Partnership Papers
- VeriSign does not accept Federally-issued tax licenses as valid Proof of Right.
- VeriSign accepts most State issued tax licenses as valid Proof of Right.