Greatresponder.com – 2010-08-06 – Host Color web hosting provider,announced a promotional offer on Extended Validation (EV) Green Bar SSL certificates. Host Color says that it gives site owners who purchase single-domain Essential SSL certificate, a free upgrade to Comodo Green Bar EV SSL
“Host Color is a trusted Comodo Partner and we appreciate a lot the opportunity to offer our customers a free upgrade to EV SSL. Thanks to Comodo they can use “Green Bar”, a feature exclusive to EV SSL, to reassure website visitors that they browse and transmit information through a verified and secured Internet site,” says Martin Andreev, VP of Operations of Host Color.
It articulates that it now provides its customers who need to get Green Bar Extended Validation (EV) SSL with the opportunity to get an EV SSL and to save $320/year. Now anyone who signs up for the standard single-domain “Essential SSL” digital certificate, priced at $39/year can get a free upgrade to EV SSL. The company partners with Comodo, a provider of digital security products to provide its website hosting customers with high quality SSL certificates.
The company explains that Extended Validation SSL (EV SSL) certificate, also popular as “Green Bar”, is the highest assurance digital certificate available online. It offers 2048-bit, next generation encryption and is compatible with 99.3% of web browsers, including all Mozilla, Internet Explorer and Safari versions. The regular price of Green Bar SSL is $359/year, but now its customers can purchase “Essential SSL” for $39/year and to request a free upgrade to EV SSL.
According to it, after a purchase of an “Essential SSL” certificate, its customer will be given a free update to Extended Validation Green Bar (EV) SSL. The only thing the SSL owner should do is to login to the new account. The free upgrade to Extended Validation certificate works for 1 and 2 year subscription periods. Any order for “Essential SSL” certificate will be valid and the company’s customers can use this type of SSL certificate if for any reason they cannot qualify to get issued an Extended Validation “Green Bar” SSL.
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