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Domain Validation (DV) certificates are a quick and easy way to secure your website with standard 256-bit encryption. The process of obtaining one of these SSL certificates can not be easier and is usually handled with a standard email. A file-based authentication method can also be used and is recommended if you have direct access to the server that hosts your domain name.
|Certificate name||Provider||Validation type||Delivery delay||Price|
|RapidSSL Certificate||Domain||10 minutes||130 dhs/year|
|GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium||Domain||10 minutes||700 dhs/year|
|Thawte SSL123||Domain||Immediat||400 dhs/year|
|Essential SSL Certificate (DV)||Domain||Immediat||175 dhs/year|
|EssentialSSL Wildcard (DV)||Domain||Immediat||1200 dhs/year|
|Comodo SSL Certificate (DV)||Domain||10 minutes||575 dhs/year|
|Certum Commercial SSL||Domain||10 minutes||150 dhs/year|
|Comodo PositiveSSL||Domain||10 minutes||100 dhs/year|
|GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard||Domain||10 minutes||400 dhs/year|
|Thawte SSL123 Wildcard||Domain||10 minutes||4450 dhs/year|
It is important to remember that DV certificates offer the same level of protection as other expensive SSL products. DV certificates are really a nuts and bolts SSL offers, focused only on encryption. What makes the OV and EV certificates the most premium solutions is that they build the trust of a website, while offering first-rate encryption technology.
In order to receive a DV certificate from one of our Trusted Certification Authorities (CA), you only have to prove that you own the domain you want to protect. Because no extended validation process is required, DV certificates are the most affordable type of SSL on the planet.
You do not need to provide documentation to purchase a domain validated certificate (DV). All you need to do is confirm that you own the domain you want to cover, either by a simple email or file-based authentication.
First, check the email address you have chosen for domain control validation email. If you need to change your DCV email address, you can use any email address on the Whois record for that domain or any of the five previously approved prior emails:
Be sure to check your SPAM folder or SPAM folder with your email provider.
If the common name (CN) needs to be changed, the only way to do this is to cancel and recommend the certificate.