What is an SSL Certificate?

  • SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It provides a secure connection between your browser and the web site so that private data can be transmitted online.
    Why would I need an SSL Certificate?

  • If you are accepting credit card transactions online, it would be imperative the credit card details are protected. Any time your website is transmitting data that needs to remain private, the connection should be secured with an SSL Certificate.
    Who provides your SSL certificates?

  • Digipark offers SSL certificates from GlobalSign, a leading authority in web encryption technology.
  • GlobalSign certificates are recognized by almost all browsers.
    How much are your SSL Certificates?

  • Please see the chart below for our prices. This chart will typically be updated if any changes are made, but note that pricing in the hosting control panel is what will be charged, and overrides any differences here.
    How do I purchase an SSL Certificate?

  • Our SSL Certificates are available for purchase right within our hosting control panel! See this knowledgebase article on how to purchase through the control panel.
  • If you are not hosting with us, you should be! Contact sales@digipark.com for purchases if you do not have a hosting account with us.
  1. 1 Year Certificate $59
  2. 2 Year Certificate $109
  3. 3 Year Certificate $149

Supported Applications, Operating Systems & Platforms

  • Extended Validation Browsers
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7+
    • Opera 9.5+
    • Firefox 3+
    • Google Chrome 0.3.154.9 +
    • Apple Safari 3.2 +
    • Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod
  • Web Browsers (SSL/TLS enabled)
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 5.01+
    • Mozilla Firefox 1.0+
    • Opera 6.1+
    • Apple Safari 1.0+
    • Google Chrome
    • AOL 5+
    • Netscape Communicator 4.51+
    • Red Hat Linux Konqueror (KDE)
    • Microsoft WebTV
    • Camino
    • Konqueror (KDE) 2.0.0 +
  • Email Clients (S/MIME)
    • Microsoft Outlook 99+
    • Microsoft Entourage (OS/X)
    • Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0+
    • Qualcomm Eudora 6.2+
    • Lotus Notes (6+)
    • Netscape Communicator 4.51+
    • Mulberry Mail
    • Apple Mail
    • Mail.app
    • Windows Mail
    • The Bat
  • Major Operating Systems
    • Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7,and 8 (all versions inc 32/64 bit)
    • Apple MAC OS 9.0+ (circa 2002), includes 10.5.X and 10.6.X
    • All Major Linux Distributions (Debian, Ubuntu etc.)
  • Document Security Platforms
    • Adobe Certified Document Services (CDS) for Adobe PDF
    • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, InfoPath)
  • Mobile OSs, Micro Browsers, Handsets & Game Consoles
    • Android (inclusion carrier specific)
    • Apple Safari for iPhone, iPod, iPad
    • Microsoft Windows Mobile 5/6+
    • Microsoft Windows CE 4.0+
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer Pocket PC 2003
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer Smartphone 2003
    • RIM Blackberry 4.3.0+
    • NTT / DoCoMo
    • SoftBank Mobile
    • KDDI
    • Brew
    • PalmOS 5.x
    • Netfront 3.0+
    • Opera 4.10+
    • Openwave mobile browser 6.20+
    • Major Operators inc. Vodafone, Orange, AT&T
    • Major Handset providers SonyEricsson, Nokia, Alcatel & Palm (S40/S60/S80/OSSO) based Handsets from 2002
    • Sony PlayStation Portable, Sony PlayStation Vita
    • Sony PlayStation 3
    • Nintendo Wii
    • Samsung Galaxy Note
    • Google Nook
    • Kobo eReader
    • Amazon Kindle
    • Windows Phone
  • Application Suites
    • Microsoft Authenticode & Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
    • Adobe AIR
    • Sun Java JRE (1.4.2 Update 16+, 5.0 Update 13+, 6 Update 3+)
    • Mozilla Suite v0.9.8+
    • SeaMonkey
    • OpenSSL.org’s OpenSSL v0.9.5+
    • Google Checkout
  • Default API Support within Hosting Control Panels
    • WHMCS
    • Ubersmith