The Regery company offers to buy and configure a certificate to protect a single domain at a reasonable price. Thanks to our products, the exchange of information between the user and the owner of the resource becomes safe. The encrypted protocol securely protects the connection. What is the advantage of single-domain solutions, why are they optimal for small businesses?
Presented SSL certificates are designed for information protection of a single domain. By specifying a specific domain (or subdomain) in the request, you get a fail-safe tool to protect against network intruders. Only one resource selected by the customer is protected. There are three types of certificates:
Single-domain https certificates for the site also have an internal classification. The DV category involves domain verification and a simple owner identification procedure. Such packages are drawn up by legal entities and private site owners (bloggers, webmasters). Great solution for blogs, social networks and forums. With OV certification, the name of the resource is checked, as well as the right to own the company. This format is convenient for corporate sites, trading platforms and large information portals owned by companies.
Separately, we should highlight the FQDN Single-Domain category EV (extended verification). This protocol in the minds of users is associated with the highest level of trust. After installing the protocol, users observe the green address bar, in which the name of the resource is written. Create an illegal "mirror" of the site attackers will not be able to. Therefore, the service is in demand among financial companies, banks and online stores with high turnover.
The main advantages of single-domain protocols are their low cost and ease of processing. A relatively inexpensive SSL certificate in Regery costs about 6-12 dollars. Do you want the highest level of trust and comprehensive company verification? This product will cost you $1,130 (warranty service included in the price).
The certificate is issued in several steps: