Trustwave SSL Certificates

Trustwave SSL Certificates
Improve visitor confidence and boost your SEO ranking by using a Trustwave SSL certificate to encrypt traffic to and from your website.


Trustwave EasyTrust SSL Premium SSL Premium Wildcard Premium EV
Verification Email Domain/Organisation Domain/Organisation Phone
Documentation Required None DUNS or other DUNS or other DUNS or other
Delivery Time 15 Minutes 1 to 3 days 1 to 3 days 2 to 5 days
Warranty $10,000 $100,000 $100,000 $250,000
Green Address Bar No No No Yes
Price $34.99/yr AUD $79.99/yr AUD $184.99/yr AUD $229.99/yr AUD



Every Trustwave SSL certificate includes…


 Trusted Site Seal  Complete Browser Compatibility  256-bit Encryption
 Gain the trust of your web site visitors by displaying a trusted site seal that validates your SSL certificate and shows that it is valid.  Every major web browser, operating system and mobile platform is fully supported and compatible for wide-reaching protection. All certificates are issued with a minimum 256-bit SHA-2 encryption to ensure sensitive information is protected from prying eyes.
 Lifetime Reissuance  Reduce Cart Abandonment  Multiple Certificates In One
 If you move servers or change your web host you can have your certificate re-issued at any time while it remains valid. Research shows that savvy online shoppers will not proceed with online store transactions unless they see a secure session. Purchase any premium SSL and you can protect multiple web sites with a single certificate, giving you more value for money.





Security begins with trust, and our range of Trustwave SSL Certificates give you a variety of certificates to suit your needs and your budget.

An SSL Certificate is used to encrypt the connection between your website and the web browser of viewers of your website. This is essential when your website asks for sensitive information from your viewers, such as a password or credit card number, and it also gives viewers a sense of security knowing their transaction with your website is secure.

Most SSL Certificates are tied to a single domain name including any subdomain (eg. or, while Wildcard certificates are tied to a single domain name (eg. but allow the use of as many subdomains as you like (eg.,, etc).

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