High quality SSL Certificates from Speed Host will protect your web site and clients from hackers and fraud

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QuickSSL Premium

This 128-bit SSL certificate includes a dynamic security seal for your site and real-time, two-factor telephone authentication plus the Unique Business Identifier (DUNS number equivalent)

Features and Benefits

  • Domain-level authentication
  • Up to 256-bit encryption
  • GeoTrust True Site Seal embedded with a date/time stamp
  • Fast issuance, often within minutes
  • Unlimited, free self-service reissues.

$ 155.00

$175

Power Server ID

Our most powerful 128-bit SSL certificate provides the highest level of browser compatibility for mobile and networked environments.


Features and Benefits

  • Domain-level authentication
  • Enables 40-bit up to 256-bit encryption
  • Secures up to unlimited server names with the same second level domain name and residing on the same server
  • GeoTrust True Site Seal embedded with a date/time stamp
  • Automated and fast issuance, often within 10 minutes
  • Installation support
  • Unlimited reissues via a self-service process

$ 525.00

$555

Verified Domain

$ 37.00

$45
Adobe CDS Certificate Individual
$ 825.00
$875
Adobe CDS Certificate Business
$ 827.00
$880

Power Server ID Wildcard

Provides ubiquitous compatibility, including mobile computing applications, and powerful security for multiple sub domains. All backed by our comprehensive protection and customer support plans.

Features and Benefits

  • Domain-level authentication
  • Enables 40-bit up to 256-bit encryption
  • Secures up to unlimited server names with the same second level domain name and residing on the same server
  • GeoTrust True Site Seal embedded with a date/time stamp
  • Automated and fast issuance, often within 10 minutes
  • Installation support
  • Unlimited reissues via a self-service process

$ 1,450.00

$1,500

Quick questions:

What are SSL and Digital Certificates?


Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is a protocol developed by Netscape in 1996 which quickly became the method of choice for securing data transmissions across the Internet. SSL is an integral part of most Web browsers and Web servers and makes use of the public-and-private key encryption system.


In order to make an SSL connection, the SSL protocol requires that a server should have a digital certificate installed. A digital certificate is an electronic file that uniquely identifies individuals and servers. Digital certificates serve as a kind of digital passport or credential which authenticate the server prior to the SSL session being established.

When should SSL be used and what can it secure?


There are two main online security problems that SSL certificates help solve:

  • Authentication - proving a company's (or server's) identity online and in so doing create a sense of trust and confidence in using a Web site.
  • Encryption - offering protection for the data submitted to a Web site (or between servers) so that in the event of interception, it will be unintelligible without the unique key used for decryption.

Solving these security problems allows online business to protect against the following scenarios:

  • Spoofing - The low cost of Web site design and ease with which existing pages can be copied makes it all too easy to create illegitimate sites that appear to be published by established organizations. In fact, con artists have illegally obtained credit card numbers by setting up professional-looking storefronts that mimic legitimate businesses.
  • Unauthorized Disclosure - when information is transmitted "in the clear", making it possible for hackers to intercept the transmissions and obtain sensitive information from customers.
  • Data alteration - the content of a transaction can be intercepted and altered en route, either maliciously or accidentally. User names, credit card, and social security numbers as well as currency amounts; indeed any information sent "in the clear" is all vulnerable to alteration.

So what are the practical applications of SSL certificates?

Firstly, looking at categories of data, the most common deployment is for securing transmission of financial information in ecommerce. However, with incidence of identity theft on the rise, protecting the transmission of a broad range of personally-identifiable information is becoming ever more important. This category of data would include identity and social security numbers, e-mail addresses and demographic information as well as account registration and login information.

In terms of applications and protocols, SSL Certificates can be used to secure the following:

  • Web Servers
  • Mail Servers
  • Databases
  • FTP Sites
  • Internet Chat
  • NNTP