What are site seals?

Site Seals are static or dynamic images that can be placed on SSL secured websites that allows visitors to tell at a glance that they can trust who they are dealing with, that the online site is validated and that their transactions will be safe and secure. Each of the three brands of SSL Certificates offer different site seals:

  • Norton Secured seal, powered by Symantec, is available with all Symantec-branded SSL certificates for installation on pages that are secured with a Symantec SSL Certificate. Customers not only see the trust mark, they can click the seal and verify the site in real time. More than any other trust mark, 79% of U.S. online shoppers are familiar with the Norton Secured seal.
  • GeoTrust True Site Seal is available with every GeoTrust SSL Certificate and shows web site visitors that their information is protected. The GeoTrust True Site Seal can be added to home pages, buy pages, log-ins or any other page on your authenticated site where visitors need to verify a web site. Depending on the certificate, True Site Seals are either dynamic or static and may contain further information about the identity of the certificate owner.
  • thawte Trusted Site Seal is a dynamic image appearing on websites that are secured with thawte SSL certificates allowing visitors to tell at a glance that they can trust the site, that the online site is validated and that their transactions will be safe and secure.
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