An Extended validation certificate is a public key certificate that is issued to any entity only after confirming a specific set of identity verification criteria. One of the criteria is the verification of requesting entity’s identity by the ‘Certificate Authority’ (CA) before a certificate is issued.
One of the vital points to consider while choosing a EV Certificate is the instant verification “Green Address Bar” that assures the any website user that they are protected. When a user sees his address bar in green color, he can trust the business blindfolded.
The CA’s who pass an independent audit as part of their webtrust review may offer EV. The issuance requirements of each EV certificate aim to:
Extended Validatioon Certificates
|GeoTrust True BusinessID with Extended Validation (EV)
Protect your site from phishing scams and increase your customer transactions with True BusinessID with EV. True BusinessID with EV comes with the highest levels of security and authentication, up to 256-bit encryption, and the GeoTrust True Site® site seal, to maximize…[Read More]
|GeoTrust True BusinessID Multi-Domain with EV (SAN/UCC)
With a True BusinessID Multi-Domain certificate, you can add, edit, or delete up to 25 domain names over the lifetime of the certificate. Designed for Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Communications Servers, this Unified Communications Certificate is also ideal for shared hosting environments, QA testing environments, and small businesses with multiple business applications to secure on a sing…[Read More]