Secure Your Website In Minutes!

An SSL certificate will allow you to keep online interactions on your website private. Let your customers know that their private information by showing a security padlock on your site.

Domain Validation (DV)

Basic Security
Issued in minutes, ideal for blogs, social media & personal websites

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Organisation Validation (OV)

Strong business level SSL
Company identity included in certificate, ideal for business websites

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Extended Validation (EV)

Maximum Protection & Trust
Green address bar & company name displayed, ideal for ecommerce

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Reasons to secure your website with B2B

  • Peace of Mind

  • Instant Activation

  • “Secure” Padlock

  • Automated process

  • Affordable prices

  • Up to 256 bit encryption

  • Clickable Site Seal

  • Compatible with All Browsers

  • Keep online interactions private

  • Friendly support

  • Installation Healthcheck
  • Encryption Strength: 256bits

SSL Certificates FAQs

An SSL certificate allows you to provide an extra layer of security to your website. This is useful if you store sensitive information about your customers on your website. 

By having an SSL certificate the data on your site would be encrypted and secure. 

We would recommend an SSL certificate if you have an ecommerce store or if you have a membership site where you store information about your members

When you have an SSL certificate installed on your domain your browser will display a security padlock next to your web address.

The main point about an SSL certificate is that it creates trust between you & people browsing your website. An SSL Certificate (Secure Sockets Layer) is the most widely deployed security protocol used today. It basically provides a secure channel between 2 machines operating over the internet. 

By using an SSL Certificate people browsing your website will be able to see that your website is secure & they are far more likely to trust your website.

Someone visits your website and a request is sent from your browser to the server. The web server presents the visitor with a secure connection using a session key which will encrypt all data and make it secure.

HTTPS stands for (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) which basically is a secure version of your browser which is encrypted using an SSL certificate. If a website has not got an SSL certificate the pages will show as HTTP. If the site does have an SSL pages will show as HTTPS. The s at the end means secure.