The SSL.com Smart SeaL is a complementary service that establishes trust by declaring your site's use of SSL.com certificates and it comes free with every SSL.com certificate installed. Displaying the SSL.com Smart SeaL let's your customers know that your organization values online security and privacy.
When a visitor clicks on the SSL.com Smart SeaL, a real-time generated SSL.com Site Report appears that displays summary information about your organization and status information about the SSL.com certificate installed on your website.
There simply is no better way to build trust with your visitors and avoid cart abandonment than by displaying your use of SSL.com certificates.
The SSL.com Site Report displays information such as the website address, the status of and assurances about the SSL.com certificate, basic information about the website's owner/operator, and verification assurances about the website owner's identity.
This report helps to reassure the visitor that a third-party, globally-trusted certificate authority such as SSL.com has undertaken the required steps to validate the website as outlined in our Certificate Practices Statement.
With a trusted name like SSL.com, your website's Site Report not only has the backing of a reputable, globally-trusted certificate authority, but also a company which abides by the Webtrust audit program, the governing program that all globally-trusted certificate authorities must follow.
This program is designed to ensure that SSL.com's processes remain transparent and that we strictly follow these processes. In short, your website's SSL.com certificate and Site Report has assurances and features that no other company can offer.
To help build upon this trust, SSL.com now offers the validated documents as Smart SeaL Artifacts within the Site Report. This patent pending service increases transparency by optionally allowing your visitors to review the documents we used to validate your organization as part of the process to issue your website's SSL.com certificate.
You have the option to publish all pages, select pages or no pages of these documents. You can even turn this feature off in the event you'd like to only use the Site Report. Depending on which SSL.com certificate you purchase, the validation documents report comes free as part of your SSL.com certificate service or you can purchase the service as an add-on to the SSL.com Smart SeaL that comes with your website's SSL.com certificate.
The following SSL.com certificate products are Site Seal Artifacts enabled: