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Which SSL certificate should I get?

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Hi there guys and gals,

I'm in the market for an SSL certificate for my business and I'd like an opinion/suggestion on which one to get.

I'm trying to keep it on the low end. I've been looking at Comodo's Positive SSL and RapidSSL. That said, please only recommend SSL in to $50 +/- range.

If you know any others, feel free to recommend, and feel free to give opinions on the ones I mentioned too.

Thanks.
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hi,
I would not recommend any SSL certificate until i am aware of your requirement. Each SSL certificate types has their own application, for example:
  • Wildcard SSL => for securing multiple sub-domains
  • EV SSL => That add green bar and offer extended validation results in more trust and reliability of ownership

Apart from therse, there are different types of SSL like DV ( Domain validation). BV (business validation), SAN, UCC SAN, Antimalware scan etc.

Kindly provide some information about your requirement. I can suggest best suitable SSL and the best place to buy them at highly discounted price.
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Just looking for a standard SSL. Will be used to secure one domain with quite low business traffic. Also don't need an EV SSL as I don't have that much traffic yet.
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in that case, you should go with:
  • RapidSSL certificate that can be available at Just $8/year.
  • Thawte SSL123 or
  • GeoTrust QuickSSL premium

Depending upon your budget !

To learn more about its feature, check their official website.
Edited by peggyp - 6/27/13 at 11:19pm
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