Along with the authentication and encryption power of Server IDs, offer your Web site customers the widely recognized Secure Site Seal, which they can display to visitors as a symbol of trust—inspiring the confidence that’s a vital prerequisite for e-commerce.
How SSL Sessions Work
During an SSL session—a credit card transaction on your e-commerce site, for example—the visitor’s browser initiates communication with your server, which responds by sending its own certificate.The browser then automatically analyzes the server certificate and then generates either a 40-bit or a 128-bit session key, which encrypts the transaction. All of this occurs in seconds, transparently to the user.
The Secure Site and Global Site IDs you receive from your ISP or Web Hosting provider come with the Secure Site Seal. Post the Seal on your site and connect it to your ID: when visitors click on the Seal, they instantly link to a dynamic pop-up screen of information, assuring them that transactions with your site are encrypted, and allowing them to verify your site’s identity and ID status in real time. Every Server ID also includes up to $250,000 of NetSure warranty protection against economic loss due to theft, impersonation, corruption, or loss of use of an ID.
Give your customers the confidence to make their purchases online with the most trusted and secure option for SSL: VeriSign Secure Site Pro with EV SSL Certificates. 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.
Server-Gated Cryptography (SGC) Certificates enable 128- or 256-bit SSL encryption (depending on the Web browser, operating system, and host server), the most powerful SSL encryption commercially available today.
You accept credit card, debit card, purchase card, or other online payments.
You allow network access to confidential bank or brokerage account information.
You transmit health care or insurance claim records electronically.
You must meet privacy and security standards as a government agency.
Your reputation depends on the privacy and integrity of your information.