Find answers to some of the frequently asked questions about Our Service.
SV stands for Extended Validation and is the most premium type of SSL certificate available. These certificates are identified on websites mainly by the green address bar, the most universally recognized symbol of trust on the web. EV certificates are becoming more and more commonplace in the industry, especially amongst ecommerce sites, as they are used by some of the most trusted sites in the world like Bank of America, Twitter, Paypal, and more. These certificates require that a company complete a thorough vetting process before being issued.
The only way to get the green address bar on your website is with an Extended Validation (EV) certificate. These are the only type of SSL certificate that come with the green address bar.
The main criteria for qualifier for an EV certificate would be that your business is an official company registered with a government authority.
Green Bar SSL provides more security and it validates authenticity of your company with related Government authenticity to check that you actually exist in that country and doing business.
There can be situation when you have taken SSL, installed it but the same is not showing green. This means there is some security bug in your website which is basically lot of links present as http, you need to change those links from http to https. Once all links are resolved you should be able to see Green Lock.
EV SSL certificates make a major impact on your online presence & overall perception. You'll not only make your site’s connections the most secure they can be, but you'll also be able to confidently assure any visitor that they are safe to do business with you. In the highly-competitive online marketplace, this is incredibly valuable.
- Shows that you put your users' safety & concerns first
- Easily differentiates you from your competition
- Proven to increase visitors' confidence & boost conversion
- Aligns yourself with larger, more trusted companies already using EV
Business Registration – your company must be officially registered with your government.
Operational Existence – the Certificate Authority (CA) will look to verify that your organization has existed for more than 3 years. If your organization has not been in existence for more than 3 years, the process can change depending upon the country where organization is registered.
Address Authentication – the registered organization must have a verifiable physical address and business presence in their respective country/state.
Telephone Verification – the Certificate Authority (CA) must pull an active telephone number from an acceptable telephone directory in order to complete a verification call with the company.