Swizzonic EV SSL, CHF 240.00/yr. on SSL Certificates
EV SSL (product #116467) has been added on , Aggregate Rating (1 out of 10 from 2 reviews)
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The best SSL certificate for businesses to credibly validate and protect a DOMAIN. It assures more orders and/or reservations The EV SSL is mobile-friendly, compatible with all major browsers and ensures the highest level of verification.
Editorial ReviewSwizzonic is a private hosting company founded in 2009 that supports domain and hosting services. The Swizzonic website is available in English, German, French and Italian.
Swizzonic started initially under the name switchplus. They are one of the Swiss pioneers in domain registration services, being an ICANN accredited domain registrar. Later, as they were acquired by Combell (Belgian group and hosting company), they have changed their website and became Swizzonic.
Swizzonic offers web solutions for individuals and businesses. Their services target the market in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
The company offers customers the following range of products:
- Shared Hosting;
- E-mail Hosting;
- Domain Registration;
- SSL Certificates;
With their shared hosting service, customers benefit from industry-standard features, such as:
- DNS management;
- SSL certificate (Let’s Encrypt);
- 1-click installation;
The service is based on SSD drives which guarantee high speed and, at the same time, it also supports MySQL databases, as well as unlimited domains and subdomains.
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- Plan: GeoTrust
- Category: SSL Certificates
- Price: CHF 249.00/yr.
- Setup Fee: free
- Aggregate Rating (9 out of 10 from 1 reviews)
Available after 10 days
99% browser compatibility
256 bit encryption