Premium SSL Certificates


Percent of websites have valid SSL Certificates


Percent are open to a range of security threats


Percent websites using SSL have insufficient security

Protect Your Website and Visitors

An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates the identity of a website and encrypts information sent to the server using SSL technology. It serves as an electronic authorization that establishes an online entity’s credentials when sending or distributing information online.
Secure Your Hosting & Data - KOAHNET


Secure your domain name, website and hosting with an SSL Certificate; especially if you use your website to receive/ collect sensitive information from your customers.

Boost Online Confidence - KOAHNET


Customers want to make sure that your website URL or domain has an “HTTPS://” prefix in their browser bar before submitting personal information.

Secure Online Payments - KOAHNET


Safely accept credit or debit cards online on your website without worry. When your customers or site users enter their cards information, they are safe since it’s encrypted.

The strongest available - advanced encryption methods.

A website needs ``HTTPS`` which an SSL certificate (also known as a TLS certificate) provides. It is issued by a CA to an organization or business and its domain/website, and authenticated by a trusted third party which verifies the identity of that organization.

Search Engines and Customers Favorite

Not only your website visitors, users, or customers like it, but Search Engines also do because they want to ensure that your website is safe for your visitors. In effect, if you don't have it installed on your website, you will miss out on potential SEO and customers benefits.
Search Engine Optimization - Ranking - SEO - KOAHNET

Search Engine Ranking

Did you know Google likes and ranks HTTPS-encrypted websites and will favor them higher in search results? Get an SSL Certificate and rank better, boost your SEO.

Browser Compatibility - KOAHNET

Browser Compatibility

Certificate Authorities ensure your SSL Certificate is compatible with all major browsers, include IE, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and on mobile devices.

Security Seal - Shield - KOAHNET

Security Seal

Display an SSL Certificate Seal on your website to confirm to your site’s visitors that you care about their online safety. The Seal is ready as soon as your certificate is issued.


The Secure Sockets Layer, a security protocol that creates an encrypted link

Take serious measures to secure your website from cyberattacks. And one of the essentials ways is investing in a good, reputable SSL Certificate to encrypt connections between your site’s server and other computers or devices.

Different Types & Validation Levels

Generally, there are different types of SSL Certificates with different validation levels. And the six (6) major ones are as follow: Extended Validation certificates (EV SSL), Organization Validated certificates (OV SSL), Domain Validated certificates (DV SSL), Wildcard SSL certificates, Multi-Domain SSL certificates (MDC), and Unified Communications Certificates (UCC).

How Does It Work?

When a visitor enters an SSL-protected area of your website, your certificate automatically creates an encrypted connection with their browser. A padlock icon and “HTTPS” prefix appear in their browser bar to indicate that it is safe to submit personal information. If a site is protected with a high-assurance EV certificate, their status bar will also turn green. This serves as a constant reminder that the site is protected by a trusted security solution. Remember, most users know to look for a site seal, so having one is very important if you intend to do business online.

Why You Need a Premium SSL Certificate

While there are options to get and use a free SSL Certificate, there are also some disadvantages that come with it. Keep in mind that anything that is free might not be the best for you. So, many of the free SSLs are on short terms... Meaning you have to renew them every 3 months. Generally, site owners forget about this and if the free SSL doesn't renew, your website becomes vulnerable. When it comes to your website's security, the less you spend, the less protection and reliability you get. We highly recommend that if you can't afford an expensive SSL, at least you buy an affordable one to you to keep your website protected.
The SSL Handshake - KOAHNET

The SSL Handshake

Every SSL/TLS connection begins with a “handshake”. A browser or server attempts to connect to a website a web server secured with SSL. The browser/server requests that the web server identify itself. The handshake determines what cipher suite will be used to encrypt their communications, verifies the server, and establishes that a secure connection is in place before beginning the actual transfer of data.

The Browser Padlock Icon - KOAHNET

The Browser Padlock

Once the connection is complete, a padlock icon and HTTPS prefix appear in the visitor’s browser bar to show them they are safe to share sensitive information online. If you install an EV (Extended Validation) SSL, the browser will activate the green bar and display your company name to prove you’re legit.

SSL Protected - KOAHNET

The Comfort

Utilize HTTPs, which support a stronger Google ranking, Create safer experiences for your customers, Build customer trust and improve conversions Protect both customer and internal data, Encrypt browser-to-server and server-to-server communication, Increase security of your mobile and cloud apps

Affordable SSL Certificates

Our SSL Certificates are the most cost effective way for an online business to protect customer transactions. Each certificate comes with a great value-added package, which makes them perfect for small to medium size businesses.

SSL Certificate Plans

Quick SSL Certificate
$ 89.99
Standard Protection
Domain Validation
Standard Trust
Moderate Recognition
$10,000 Warranty
1 Subdomain
Static Site Seal
Up to 256-bit Encryption
99% Browser Compatibility
Browser Security Padlock
Auto Renewal
Free Revocation & Replacement
7 Days Free Refund
True Business ID
$ 149.99
Business Protection
Domain Validation
Standard Trust
Moderate Recognition
$1,250,000 Warranty
1 Subdomain
Static Site Seal
Up to 256-bit Encryption
99% Browser Compatibility
Browser Security Padlock
Mobile Device Compatibility
Auto Renewal
Free Revocation & Replacement
7 Days Free Refund
True BusinessID/ EV
$ 199.99
EV Level Protection
Domain Validation
Premium Trust
Medium Recognition
Green Bar
$1,500,000 Warranty
1 Subdomain
Dynamic Site Seal
Server Gated Cryptography
Up to 256-bit Encryption
99% Browser Compatibility
Browser Security Padlock
Mobile Device Compatibility
IDN Support
Auto Renewal
Free Revocation & Replacement
7 Days Free Refund

Frequently Asked Questions

We know you may need answers to some quick questions in order to make the right quick decisions about your online endeavors. So we have made it available right here. Should you need further clarifications or support, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

How Long Does It Take For My SSL Certificate to be Issued?

The time it takes will depend on the type of SSL Certificate. Processing may take longer in the following cases:

  • Domain Validation certificates generally take up to 2 days, after owner approval, to be issued
  • Organization Validation certificates usually take up to three days, after owner approval, to be issued
  • Extended Validation certificates often take up to 10 days, after owner approval, to be issued. It may be longer if additional documents are required

What Are the Different Types of SSL Certificate Validations?

There are three types of Validation used depending on the type of SSL Certificate that you have bought: Domain Validation, Organization Validation, and Extended Validation. The level and process for validation are: DV – Domain Validation: 1 – 2 Business Days, OV – Organization Validation:​ 1 – 2 Business Days, EV – Extended Validation: 1 – 10 Business Days

How Will People Know My Website Is Safe?

If your website is entirely protected or some important pages are protected, when a visitor enters an SSL-protected page on your website, their browser bar will display a padlock icon and the “https://” prefix in the URL address or domain name. Majority of internet users know how to check for those SSL or security indicators. The SSL Certificate seal also is a sign to show visitors that your site is verified and secured. Visitors can click on the seal to view your certificate’s status and details, to confirm it’s real and safe to send sensitive information to your website. Websites protected by higher levels of SSL Certificates display a green browser bar giving users the confidence that your website and business are verified and safe.

What is the Difference Between Standard SSL and Premium SSL?

All SSL protected sites display the “https://” prefix in the URL address bar. However, websites protected with a Premium or high level SSL Certificates display a green browser bar to confirm to visitors that the business or organization’s legal and physical existence was verified according to strict industry standards.

the issuing of Premium Certificate involves a very extensive vetting process. We verify the control of the domain and legitimacy of your company by validating the legal name, address, phone number and other business information. The process takes about 30 days, but during that time, your site will be secured with a free Standard SSL Certificate so you can keep your online transactions secure during your wait time.

Are Your SSL Certificates Compatible with Mobile Browsers?

Yes. Our SSL Certificates are compatible with desktop and mobile browsers. Just a quick note, to ensure compatibility, please remember to install the CA Intermediate Bundle included with your SSL Certificate.

What’s a Unified Communications Certificate (UCC)?

A Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) is an SSL that secures multiple domain names as well as multiple host names within a domain name. A UCC SSL lets you secure a primary domain name and up to 99 additional Subject Alternative Names (SANs) with a single SSL. You can use a UCC to protect www.m.com, www.domainnames1.com, www.domainnames2.net and www.domainnames3.org.

UCCs are compatible with shared hosting and ideal for Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2010, and Microsoft Live® Communications Server. However, the site seal and certificate “Issued To” information will only list the primary domain name. It’s to be noted that any secondary hosting accounts will be listed in the certificate as well, so if you do not want sites to appear ‘connected’ to each other, please don’t use this type of certificate.

Compare SSL Certificates Plans

Secure your data and transactions with the industry’s most trusted SSL certificates from KOAHNET. Protect your sensitive information such as credit card information, usernames, passwords and much more. Show your website visitors that you are trustworthy and real.