Monday, 1 August 2011

Is the Green Bar Worth it, or is Extended Validation (EV) SSL a Scam?

Many SSL shoppers don't know the difference between the various certificates or can't ascertain the value of one versus another; and often figure that "an SSL certificate is an SSL certificate," and the pricing differences are really just a way for the certificate authorities and other SSL businesses to make more profit. In this article, I'd like to try to refute that notion and give you a sense of how EV -- the type of SSL that generates the green address bar indicators in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Firefox -- might be of value to your business/organization or the businesses/organizations you represent.

  • Why EV SSL Means a Safer Web
  • How EV Increases Online Profits
  • How EV Can Reduce the Effectiveness of Phishing
  • Making EV Application Fast & Easy


Any further questions regarding EV can be directed to me, The SSL Store Retail/Enterprise Director Kent Roberts, at (727) 820-1161. Alternately, you can use our Live Chat or write to

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