SSL Certificates Plans

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Rapid SSL
Rs.2000/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Domain Validate
  • Issued in a day
  • Warranty– $10,000
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ESSENTIAL SSL
Rs.2400/yr
  • Site Seal – Static
  • Domain Validate
  • Issued Immediate
  • Warranty– $10,000
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SECURE SITE
Rs.33201/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Organization Validate
  • Issuance in 1 Week
  • Warranty - $1,500000
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Vetted SSL
Rs.22000/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Organization Validate
  • Issuance in 1 Week
  • Warranty - $1,500000
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SSL 123
Rs.5400/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Organization Validate
  • Issuance in 1 Week
  • Warranty - $1,500000
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RAPID WILDCARD
Rs.12000/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Domain Validate
  • Issued in a day
  • Warranty– $10,000
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ESSENTIAL WILDCARD
Rs.20825/yr
  • Site Seal – Static
  • Domain Validate
  • Issued Immediate
  • Warranty– $10,000
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TRUSTWAVE WILDCARD
Rs.22000/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Organization Validate
  • Issuance in 1 Week
  • Warranty - $1,500000
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Secure Site Wildcard
Rs.30000/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Organization Validate
  • Issuance in 1 Week
  • Warranty - $1,500000
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Thawte Wildcard
Rs.5400/yr
  • Site Seal – Dynamic
  • Organization Validate
  • Issuance in 1 Week
  • Warranty - $1,500000

Fastest Strongest SSL

  • Strongest SSL encryption of 2048 bit RSA keys using SHA-256
  • IPv6 enabled global infrastructure for fastest site load speed
  • SSL Request is made through geographically 23+ datacenters
  • CDN enabled infrastructure with CloudFlare for 100% uptime

Malware & Phishing Detection

  • Premium Malware Scanning by StopTheHacker Service for Free
  • Malware Detection alerts to keep you away from Google Blacks
  • SSL Certificate Secure your website 24×7 from DDOS Attacks
  • Netcraft phishing alert service to notify if attack is detected

ALL Devices and OS Support

  • GetSetLive Offers GlobalSign SSL certificates are compatible with all
  • popular browsers, applications, devices and Operating Systems
  • No matter what device, OS or browser your visitor’s user, they automatically
  • see and trust your SSL security

Secure Multiple Sub Domains

  • Secure yourwebsite.com and www.yourwebsite.com with single SSL
  • WildCard SSL helps you to Secure Multiple Sub Domains of website
  • Install SSL Certificate on multiple Servers and on different IPs
  • Get 3 Free sub domain SSL for owa, autodiscover, mail.domain.com

Highest Level of Trust

  • GlobalSign one of the leading Certification Authority that is audited
  • for WebTrust annually by Ernst & Young
  • GlobaSing SSL Secure Site Seal gives audience a higher level of trust
  • Extended Validation (EV) SSL Green bar increase visitors trust level

Free SSL Installation Support

  • GetSetLive provide you all resource with Best in Class Support to install
  • SSL Certificate on your website without any extra cost
  • Free expert Consultation on which SSL to choose and provide you
  • the best recommendation as per you need

Have Questions?

What is SSL Certificates ?

What is SSL? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, an encryption technology that was originally created by Netscape in the 1990s. SSL creates an encrypted connection between your web server and your visitors’ web browser allowing for private information to be transmitted without the problems of eavesdropping, data tampering, and message forgery.
To enable SSL on a website, you will need to get an SSL Certificate that identifies you and install it on your web server. When a web browser is using an SSL certificate it usually displays a padlock icon but it may also display a green address bar. Once you have installed an SSL Certificate, you can access a site securely by changing the URL from http:// to https://. If SSL is properly deployed, the information transmitted between the web browser and the web server (whether it is contact or credit card information), is encrypted and only seen by the organization that owns the website.
Millions of online businesses use SSL certificates to secure their websites and allow their customers to place trust in them. In order to use the SSL protocol, a web server requires the use of an SSL certificate. SSL certificates are provided by Certificate Authorities (CAs).

What is a Certification Authority (CA)?

When VeriSign issues an SSL Certificate, they act as a Certificate Authority (CA). VeriSign digitally signs each certificate they issue. Each browser contains a list of CAs to be trusted. When the SSL handshake occurs, the browser verifies that the server certificate was issued by a trusted CA. If the CA is not trusted, a warning will appear. When high-security browsers recognize an Extended Validation SSL Certificate, they sometimes display the name of the CA as well as the name of the Certificate owner.

What is a Certificate Signing Request (CSR)?

The CSR is a string of text generated by your server software. You provide this string of text to VeriSign(Verisign SSl certificates) during the enrollment process. To generate a CSR, you will need to know what kind of server software is running on your Web server.

Is 128-bit SSL encryption really stronger than 40-bit SSL encryption?

Absolutely. When an SSL handshake occurs between a client and server, a level of encryption is determined by the browser, the client computer operating system, and in certain situations the SSL Certificate. Low-level encryption, 40- or 56-bits, is acceptable for sites with low-value information. However, a hacker with the time, tools, and motivation can crack the code in a matter of minutes. High-level encryption, at 128-bits, can calculate 288 times as many combinations as 40-bit encryption. That’s over a trillion times a trillion times stronger. That same hacker with the same tools would require a trillion years to break into a session protected by an SGC-enabled certificate.

Can I secure multiple servers with a single certificate?

Absolutely. When an SSL handshake occurs between a client and server, a level of encryption is determined by the browser, the client computer operating system, and in certain situations the SSL Certificate. Low-level encryption, 40- or 56-bits, is acceptable for sites with low-value information. However, a hacker with the time, tools, and motivation can crack the code in a matter of minutes. High-level encryption, at 128-bits, can calculate 288 times as many combinations as 40-bit encryption. That’s over a trillion times a trillion times stronger. That same hacker with the same tools would require a trillion years to break into a session protected by an SGC-enabled certificate.