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SSL certificate

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by antarctica, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. antarctica

    antarctica Newbie

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    Hi, just wondering if all SSL certificates, cheap ones and free especially, will provide a https url for that domain? I mean, the https green background url looks really nice, however I have no experience on how to achieve this. And there are some free SSL certificates out there. Do you have to provide any personal data to those companies?
     
  2. SPQR

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    Of course you do. You even have to supply a paypal-account/credit-card-number.
     
  3. Disloyal

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    You have to provide some basic information, depending on which route you go through. Don't get a SSL just for the green color background though. I would pay like $15-$20 per year for a SSL than go with a free alternative.
     
  4. antarctica

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    Hi, thanks for your comments. I basically wanted a SSL for an online shop but I do not want to provide any personal data. Since all whois info is my personal data perhaps I would set a company just to evoid this.
     
  5. pratik2013

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    google it ''how to get a free SSL for my domain''
     
  6. antarctica

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    all right thanks.
     
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