SSL Certificates

Protect your site visitors' data

What to look for when choosing an SSL

Validation is a key SSL feature. We’ll help you learn about the different levels of validation and how to tell them apart.

Single domain SSLs only allow one unique domain or subdomain to be secured, wildcard SSLs allow multiple subdomains to be secured under one unique domain, and multi-domain SSLs allow multiple unique domains and subdomains to be secured with a single certificate.

How does it work?

To use an SSL after purchase, you will first need to activate it. Once the SSL is activated, you will receive installation instructions, after which it may be managed from the Account Panel.

What is included with an SSL certificate?

Check out these great features that come with every SSL Namecheap offers.

Site Seal

The site seal is a graphic representation of your protection and serves as a visual reminder to customers that your site is safe and protected. Most web users know to look for a site seal – it’s also the main reason people buy SSLs – so it's important to have one. Seals may vary in appearance depending on the type of certificate.

Top-Tier Support

At Namecheap, we’re known for providing the industry's finest customer service. That's due to our stellar support team. In addition to being incredibly knowledgeable, Namecheap support staffers are some of the most polite, helpful people in the business. And they're available 24/7 to answer your questions and offer advice.

Browser Ubiquity

We handpick our SSL certificates to ensure strong browser ubiquity. Our certs are supported by all the popular browsers, which means that whichever one you use will recognize Namecheap's SSL verification, keeping the browsing experience smooth and hassle-free. No more customers wondering if the company issuing the cert is real or whether its protection is guaranteed.

Encryption Level

Security is determined by the number of bits used to generate the encryption key, which is then used to encrypt the data. Most of our SSL certificates use either 256-bit or 128-bit encryption, depending on the capabilities of web browser and server. Both 256- and 128-bit are industry standard for data protection.

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