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First of all How to transfer my officelive website to iPage domain name that I just purchase? Looking forward for any response. Another question on my mind: What to look for when buying a SSL Cert? there are just to many to choose from...

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That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

What are the going price for these certs? this is the cheapest place i've found.

Http://www.freessl.com/.

39 dollars..

Compatibilty, what do you mean by that?..

Comment #2

You need to read between the lines on their certificate, to see how compatible it will be. I have heard of some here complain of the ssl cert they got from freessl. you get what you pay for. do a search on freessl on this board, and as well as the net, see the comments people have made..

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Mibble.

: 25 February 2004, 19:22..

Comment #3

Compatibility means what percentage of browsers will not give you a security warning. For the $39 one from the place you mention, they have about a 92% compatibility, which isn't bad. There are a few other places to get an SSL at a comparable price with a slightly better compatibility rate, but I think this one is probably just as good..

Then there are much more expensive certs that have nearly a 100% compatibility...

Comment #4

How about this one?.

Http://www.instantssl.com/ssl-certificate-...instantssl.html.

It's 10 dollars more and it has 99.3% browser ubiquity (compatiblity?).

The other options like instant ssl pro has a $2500 warranty. are warranties really nessesary? thanks for all the heip guys...

Comment #5

What to look for when buying a SSL Cert? there are just to many to choose from...

Comment #6

Price and compatibilty..

Also, a stable root is important..

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Wizardsandwars.

: 25 February 2004, 19:04..

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