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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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Group Lotus plc

Group Lotus the British company that sets the industry benchmark for ride and handling in performance cars and is regarded as one of the world leaders in automotive engineering consultancy, has standardized on this best-in-class solution for website security to underpin the company’s online transactions and communications. Features like 256-bit encryption, Extended Validation (EV), and the Norton Secured Seal inspire trust, confidence, and assurance in the Lotus brand. View Story

AsiaPay Limited

Founded in 2000, AsiaPay is a premier electronic payment solution provider for banks and merchants. AsiaPay is also a leading certified international 3-D Secure vendor in Asia for Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and JCB in Asia. View Story

BulbAmerica

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

Directorz Co. Ltd.

Most businesses would love to face the challenge that Directorz, a Tokyo-based web hosting company, needed to solve. Two of its web properties have surged in popularity, raising the CPU burden on its web hosting servers. View Story

Community Spotlight

Google’s SHA-1 Deprecation Plan for Chrome

The latest news in the SSL and web browser industries is Google’s plans to deprecate SHA-1 in a unique way on upcoming releases of Chrome starting with version 39. Considerably different from Microsoft’s plans that were announced in November 2013 , Google plans on placing visual marks or placing a block within the browser; all based on the version of the...

Posted: Sep 16, 2014 9:14:45 AM

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