When an SSL Certificate order has been placed and configured through Zuver, it is submitted to our SSL Certificate vendor for processing. Our vendor initiates the validation process to ensure it’s being rightfully issued to the business which has signed off for it.
Each SSL Certificate has their own way of being verified, which has been explained to the right.
This is the most common type of verification method. An email will be sent to the webmaster@ email address of the domain name chosen to configure the SSL Certificate on.
So for example, let’s say you installed an SSL Certificte on your myshop.com.au domain name, you would need to make sure you have a firstname.lastname@example.org setup to verify your domain.
Organisation Validated SSL Certificates require a bit more validation than the Domain Validated SSL Certificates. Our vendor will provide you with documentation to fill out, and will ensure that not only the domain name matches the applicant’s details, but the business or organisation does too.
Like the Organisation Validation SSL Certificates, you will provided with some documentation that needs to be sent back to our vendor so they can begin their extensive auditing process.
We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express credit cards, as well as PayPal and BPAY payments. All SSL Certificates are paid for once, and last a whole year.
Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificates establish business identities, and assist in preventing fraud through a rigorous set of checks and validations previously unmatched with regular SSL Certificate processes. It gives your website a green address bar, which makes the perfect SSL Certificate for an online store.
Of course we can. Let our Technical Support team know if you get stuck with the installation of your new SSL Certificate, and we will be more than willing to lend a hand.
Validating a Premium, Premium Wildcard and Premium EV SSL Certificate includes being able to supply a DUNS number; a unique nine-digit identification sequence that provides unique identifiers of single business entities. Obtaining a DUNS number is a simple and free, and can be done online. More information can be found here