Web hosting provider Hosting.co.uk has announced the addition of Comodo’s SSL certificates to their web hosting product portfolio. After joining forces with Comodo, one of the leading Certificate Authorities (CA) in the world, Hosting.co.uk would now be able to offer these “trusted” certificates “at low rates.” Their SSL products include Extended Validation (EV), and Domain Validation (DV) certificates, along with Multi-Domain and Wildcard.
By adding SSL certificates to their portfolio, Hosting.co.uk wants to enable customers to increase their trust on the web and provide a more secure web experience for their users.
“SSL certificates give rise to a safer, more secure, online community and internet security is a vital part of a user’s experience,” said Frederick Schiwek, CEO of Hosting.co.uk. “And we are targeting all kinds of Internet users who are seeking transparency and trust from their end users.”
SSL certificates are advanced digital security protocols that encrypt important information sent from a browser to a server, like credit card numbers, usernames, passwords and more. Since Google will begin displaying “not secure” warnings on all web pages served up over unencrypted connections starting July 1, 2018, SSL certificates would be the new standard for all websites, so it’s not just for e-commerce or websites with forms only.