Sectigo EV SSL Certificates
The Sectigo EV SSL Certificates offer perhaps the highest level of website integrity, by subjecting the website owner to a rigorous set of tests to validate the website owner’s legitimacy to the claim of domain ownership from a legal standpoint. From a technical perspective, EV SSL certificates will cause the padlock icon and the “https://” in modern web browsers to turn green, indicating that the session is being secured through EV SSL.
Sectigo EV SSL Certificates Features
InstantSSL is a cost-effective way to secure your website. With TrustLogo’s unique, real-time assurance seal, you’ll boost your customers’ confidence in your site.
Strongest SSL encryption
InstantSSL offers the strongest SSL encryption available, with SHA-256 and 2048-bit RSA keys, and ECC support.
Unlimited server licensing
Each SSL certificate includes unlimited server licensing, so you can secure all your physical servers.
Trusted by all leading web browsers
Browser compatibility is a key part of choosing an SSL provider. Compatible with all popular browsers, InstantSSL certificates are a no-worry option for maintaining trust in your website.
Every InstantSSL certificate comes with a FREE TrustLogo. With real-time identity assurance through our “point to verify” technology, TrustLogo enhances assurance in your online identity and gives customers the confidence to buy from your site.
Risk-Free 30-Day Refunds
Buy with confidence because. If you are not completely satisfied with any aspect of your purchase, InstantSSL will refund your money without any delay or hassle
Sectigo EV SSL Certificates SSL Certificate Validation Checklist
The EV or Extended Validation Certificate has industry standards and specific documents that must be submitted before it can be issued. Here you will find all the required information and necessary documents needed to verify your business or organization.
What is Being validated?
EV validation basics consist of verifying the following:
- Organization legal name and that it is in good standing.
- Exact organization tradename / DBA (Doing Business As) if applicable.
- Who is currently operating the business?
- Address of where the business operates.
- Organization’s main listed telephone number.
- Who controls the domain(s) listed on the certificate.
- The authenticity of the subscriber agreement.