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Re: SSL certificates

Sam Clegg wrote:

>On Sun, Sep 19, 2004 at 06:26:49PM -0500, Adam Majer wrote:
>>But if you need a "real" cert. (eg. credit card processing), then you
>>should be able to buy the cert since it is "only" ~$200.
>You can get a trusted cert from instantssl.com for as little as $33.
>Their CA is trusted by all windows/osx/linux software I've tried.
Look at godaddy.com registrar.. They have SSL certs for $29.95.

*Complete Protection,

	128-bit encryption
	Fast, no-hassle, automatic process verifies domain name
and domain control
	Certificate issued within minutes
	99% browser recognition
	Available for 1 to 10 years
	For sale to individuals or companies worldwide

I guess the scammers really like the automatic process part. LOL

Last time I checked SSL certificates was a year or two ago and they used
to be $200. These certs are still $350 from verisign, or $895 for their
"Secure Site Pro" edition.

- Adam

Building your applications one byte at a time

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