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January 31, 2006, 11:14 am
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January 31, 2006, 11:31 am
Re: Where can I find the cheapest SSL certificates?
Go Daddy has quite good prices, I believe. Your customer probably wants
a High Assurance SSL Certificate.
It costs $89.95 per year, but if you buy for a longer period at a time,
you get a lower yearly cost ($74.975 per year for 2 years or $66.65 per
year for 3 years).
The certification process when it comes to the High Assurance SSL
Certificate makes sure you have control over the domain and that you're
actually part of organization (or company) you claim to be acting on
I recently bought one for my business for 3 years, I was verified via
phone, ie. using the phone number listed for my company in the
Norwegian business directory.
However, if your customer is just looking for a secure and trusted
transmission of data, the Turbo SSL Certificate might be sufficient
($19.95 per year). This one only contains domain verification and
You can compare the two certificate types here:
Kim André Akerø
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