When internet user attempts to access a website that is equipped with a working SSL Certificate, the client's browser requests the server of the website for identification purposes. The server then responds by sending a copy of the SSL certificate. The client's browser checks the SSL certificate copy and analyses whether to trust the certificate or not, it then sends a message to the server. If the certificate is trusted the server sends a digitally signed acknowledgement so the client's browser can start an encrypted session. Once the digitally signed acknowledgement is received, encrypted communication starts between server & the client's browser. Finally, after all of this, the HTTPS protocol will be visible.
Features and Benefits
Global Certificate Authority (CA)
Facilitates Encryption up to 256-bit.
RSA Signature key 2048-bit encryption
Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) domain.com and www.domain.com
HTTPS connection and removes the “Not Secure” warning.
Hacker Guardian PCI Scanning
Hacker Proof Trust Mark
Boosts Google® ranking