SSL Certificates

SSL Certificates are a standardized form of encryption for websites. They are mostly used to secure credit card transactions, logins, and data transfer, but are becoming increasingly commonplace on social media sites as well. Using an SSL also means data is secure between servers and could even help your Google SEO ranking. Google rewards sites that are more secure.

FREE SSL

Free with hosting
$ Free Free with hosting
  • 2048 bit signatures / 256 bit encryption
  • Unlimited protection for domains and subdomains.
  • Recognized by all major browsers
  • Warranty level $0

Positive SSL

Warranty-backed up to $10k
$ 22
99
First Year Only
  • Renew at $44.99/Year
  • Domain validated SSL
  • Included Trustlogo® Site Seal
  • Warranty level $10,000
  • Quickest and most cost-effective eCommerce SSL

Multi-Domain

Secure domains and subdomains
$ 85
99
Yearly
  • Renew at $82.99/Year
  • Domain validated SSL
  • Included Trustlogo® Site Seal
  • Quickest and most cost-effective eCommerce SSL
  • Secure up to 210 domains on a single certificate.
  • Warranty level $10,000

EV SSL

Show Business name in you domain
$ 279
99
Yearly
  • Renew at $275.99/Year
  • Protects either one domain, or one subdomain.
  • Green address bar
  • Domain validated SSL
  • Included Trustlogo® Site Seal
  • Quickest and most cost-effective eCommerce SSL
  • Secure up to 210 domains on a single certificate.
  • Warranty level $175,000

FAQ

What if I don’t want to buy an SSL?
We understand that, even with the first year completely free, you may not want to get an SSL from a Certificate Authority. In this case, cPanel will assign you a self-signed certificate for free.

What is a Self-Signed SSL?
Self-Signed SSL are not issued by Certificate Authorities, but they offer the same level of encryption for your customers. However, because they do not use the standard and verified encryption, they are not trusted by web browsers, and so won’t display the padlock symbol next to the URL. Users may also get a warning message saying that the certificate is not trusted.
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