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. The CA’s who pass an independent audit as part of their webtrust review may offer EV.
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 issuance requirements of each EV certificate aim to:
Features and Benefits
List Of Symantec EV SSL Certificates
| The Symantec™ Secure Site With EV
Symantec Secure Site with EV SSL Certificate provides minimum of 40-bit and up to 256-bit encryption and more than 99% browser recognition. It also includes a $1,500,000 warranty and the Norton™ Secured Seal.They trust Symantec because of its encryption technology and rigorous business authentication practices, and they choose Symantec because no other trust mark carries the global… [Read More]