Greatresponder.com – 2011-03-03-Dotster.com launches its corporate website security solution under the Thawte SSL Certificates. Two types of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protection under Thawte are introduced to provide added protection in big corporations’ e-commerce websites.
Now, Dotster.com can offer security solutions in their domain registration and website hosting. Big corporations can secure their current ecommerce websites and other upcoming sites without the unnecessary hassle as compared to other SSL providers. Online transactions and communications are well protected under Thawte’s up to date encryption.
The new Dotster’s Thawte® SSL123 Certificates features an industrial grade 256-bit browser encryption. Starting at $42.99, companies can own a reliable website devoid of hackers or attacks. The Dotster’s Thawte SSL WebServer features a 256-bit encryption and full validation of the domain and the business, ideal for high-volume commercial websites with the need for an increased level of trustmark.
Each website under the Thawte SSL will have a display of the Thawte Trusted Site Seal in over 18 languages to aid the visitors in recognizing the site in their own language. So far, Thawte has been protecting websites in more than 240 countries since 1995.
Clint Page, CEO of Dotster, claims that their customers are demanding the Thawte SSL123 and Thawte’s SSL WebServer due to Thawte’s high recognition in the global ecommerce industry. “Secure site seals and trustmarks from globally recognized certificate authorities like Thawte instantly show website visitors that their personal data is safeguarded and that they’re dealing with a site that has been independently verified. In short, Thawte inspires trust online.” Page added.
To know more about Thawte SSL123 and Thawte’s SSL WebServer, visit: http://greatresponder.com/dotster
- Oracle Acquires Dyn Inc to Strengthen Cloud Services - November 23, 2016
- Citrix and Microsoft Team Up for Digital Transformation of Businesses - May 27, 2016
- Microsoft and NetEnrich Teams Up to Drive Azure Adoption in SMBs - April 6, 2016