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Symantec Secure Site Pro with EV SSL Certificates

Protect your customers and grow your business with the most trusted and secure choice for website protection. This website security solution features Extended Validation (EV), the green address bar, and the Norton Secured Seal, the most recognized trust mark on the Internet. Secure Site Pro with EV also offers our strongest SSL encryption with vulnerability assessment and malware scanning to help defend your site against attacks.
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Founded in 2003, BulbAmerica is one of the largest wholesale providers of quality lighting fixtures and light bulbs in the United States. Over the past decade BulbAmerica has become a pure play e-commerce operation focused on selling to both businesses and consumers. View Story

Erie Federal Credit Union

The Erie Federal Credit Union (Erie FCU) is a full-service financial institution that serves the communities of Erie and Crawford counties in Pennsylvania. Erie FCU operates seven branches serving over 40,000 members. View Story

Fresh Water Systems, Inc

From its Greenville, South Carolina, headquarters, Fresh Water Systems operates a web store that carries one of the largest selections of water filtration systems, replacement filters, and plumbing supplies. View Story


Founded in 2008, Keespeek remains one of the few English education websites to focus strongly on pronunciation. In just a few years, the California-based company has served over 1,000 worldwide users with its Voice Analysis Engine and real-time instructor feedback. View Story

Community Spotlight

Transitioning from SHA-1 TLS Certificates

Since its founding, Symantec has been dedicated to security.  That is our raison d’etre. As such, we continually collaborate across the industry to update standards, making them more secure and harder to hack or fake. That is why the CA/Browser Forum determined that Certification Authorities must not issue public SHA-1 TLS certificates after December...

Posted: Jan 21, 2016 5:04:57 PM