SSL Certificates

Symantec Secure Site EV SAN

To obtain a Symantec Secure Site EV SAN certificate the applicant shall be subject to strict validation checks.

With this SAN certificate you can secure 24 subdomains with just one certificate. Once issued, the EV certificate shows except the recognizable green address bar, also the data of the website owner and the Certificate Authority. This combination is currently the best defense against phishing and other fraudulent practices.

The validation takes 3 to 5 business days, because of the strict vetting procedures. A Secure Site EV SAN certificate offers a minimum of 40 bits encryption up to 256 bits encryption. The insured amount is $ 1,500,000 and you will get a Norton Secured Seal™ along with an EV Upgrader™.



Green address bar

One of the most important qualities of a EV certificate is that the address bar in the latest browsers turns green and displays the name of the website owner. This means that the identity of the owner of the website has been validated through strict EV guidelines. EV also provides more confidence.

Replacement Warranty

An SSL Certificate will be re-issued free of charge with a Symantec SSL Certificate. This allows you to sign your certificate again at all time. For example after the loss of your private key, which often happens during a server crash or when your web site moves to a different server.

Up to 256 bit encryption

Data you send will be encrypted at all SSL Certificates. They can not be read by third parties, or intercepted or changed by others. The gravity of the encryption depends on the used server and web browser and is currently up to 256 bits.

Norton Secured Seal™

The Norton Secured Seal™ is a dynamic image on your website that tells visitors at a glance that they can trust you, that your website has been validated and that they can make safe transactions with you.

99.99% browser support

Symantec's root certificate is included with all major browser vendors, such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Opera.


A Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL Certificate is mainly used for Exchange or Unified Messaging. This certificate allows multiple server or domain names using the same secure SSL Certificate. A normal SSL Certificate protects only one Fully Qualified Domain Name. In a SAN Certificate several alternatives of common names can be placed in the ‘Alternative Name field’.

Support for mobile phones and PDAs

With Outlook Mobile Access, you can easily view, change and answer all your emails, calendars, contacts and tasks in Microsoft Exchange. If you want to make your own secure website compatible for use on mobile equipment, this certificate is appropriate.


SSL Certificates




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