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March 25, 2005, 12:56 pm
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What is the difference between "Secure SSL certificates with full
authentication capable of 128-bit encryption" and "Domain validated SSL
certificates capable of 128-bit encryption and issued within minutes"?
I am looking to buy a trusted SSL certificate from:
Thanks for any advice, - Dave
Re: Secure SSL certificate vs domain validated SSL?
with a *free* 128 bit certificate with exactly the same security and
It is all about trust of your customers. If you are not a Financial
Institute or willing
to waste your money just assure most browsers will not prompt your visitors
a security warning.
I have made very good experience with this CA: http://www.instantssl.com /
1-year ? 49 / 2 years ? 89 (March 2005). Chain certificate of GTE.
In comparison to Thawte: 1-year $ 199.00 / 2 years $ 349.00 (March 2005).
I published more CA's might be worth to evalute:
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