Secure Site SSL Certificate (Standard Secure Server ID)
Standard Secure Server IDs enable 128-bit or lower bit SSL sessions depending on the level supported by the browser. 40-bit SSL is strong enough for most Intranets and lower-volume Web sites, and 128-bit SSL encryption is the worlds most powerful encryption model commercially available.
128-bit SSL encryption has never been broken: according to RSA Labs, it would take a trillion years to crack using todays technology.
Secure Site Pro True 128-Bit SSL (Global Secure Server ID)
Global Secure Server IDs automatically ensure a minimum level of 128-bit SSL encryption when communicating with any kind of browser versions of Netscape Communicator and Internet Explorer. The encryption power of Global Server IDs make them ideal for sites that exchange sensitive, personal information, such as credit card numbers, with customers.
VeriSign is one of the only providers authorized by the U.S. Department of Commerce to sell 128-bit SSL IDs, and may sell them only to specified categories of organizations, including online merchants, healthcare organizations, insurance companies, and banks and financial institutions.
Documents Required for Verisign's Web server Certificate
- Certificate of Incorporation (Needs to be attested by authorized signatory with the company seal on it).
- Telephone Bill in the name of Organisation and of the number used by the Corporate Contact for the Certificate and an attested copy of the Telephone Bill of the number you use. Should be a Board number.
- Signature Verification Letter from the Bank.
- Domain Authorization Letter.
NOTE: During attestation the following should be put on the document-
- The words "Certified True Copy".
- Offcial seal of the signatory / organization on first page.
- Signature, Full name and designation of the Authorised Signatory on the first page.
- Initialization by the Authorised Signatory all the important pages of the document.