Simple to Get
The actual simplest way to acquire a new SSL Certificate is from your individual Web Site Control Panel. There is no need to start a fresh account with one more firm and lose time waiting for days to weeks for the SSL to be issued – everything occurs in minutes.
Easy to Install
We’ve for ever removed the demand for yourself configuring any kind of SSL Certificates for your websites. If your main domain name is hosted with us, you will get your brand new SSL certificate immediately applied and configured to be able to work, without resorting to any kind of manual adjustments on your end.
The 24x7 support team is always on line, capable to assist. Whenever you have doubts about your current SSL certificate, and / or need assistance setting it up for your personal site, we are right here to be of assistance. And, in addition we offer an common reaction time of under 20 minutes.
SSL Certificates with DuoServers.In Web hosting
An SSL certificate adds a quite valuable stability coating to your website. For those who run an online shop and get money, then an SSL Certificate is actually a must–have as it can significantly boost customer’s faith in your web site.
With the help of DuoServers.In Web hosting, you can obtain your brand new SSL Certificate from one’s web hosting Control Panel. Of course, if your domain name is hosted in an account with us, we can easily automatically set up the SSL Certificate for you. Absolutely no further set–up or manual configuration are necessary.
Apart from the ordinary SSL Certificates, there is also a Wildcard SSL certificate. A Wildcard SSL Certificate could be linked to lots of hostnames simultaneously. This is extremely convenient to be able to safeguard a multitude of web sites together.
SSL Certificates, both normal and wildcard, that you can get from DuoServers.In Web hosting, feature a real 2048–bit data encryption as well as a $10 000 USD warranty.You can acquire an SSL certificate with each of DuoServers.In Web hosting’s web hosting services – Linux cloud web hosting service, Linux VPS hosting service, semi-dedicated hosting service, and dedicated servers.
Whois Privacy Protection
Secure your own private WHOIS info
According to regulations established by ICANN, the WHOIS info associated with your domain name is publicly revealed and your personal or business information can be viewed online by anybody. To help you hide your registration information from the public eye, DuoServers.In Web hosting offers you a WHOIS protection option at a great price. In the Domain Manager, simply specify the domain that you’d like to protect and then click the Whois Privacy Protection button on the right to request the activation of this feature.
You should take into consideration that this particular service is available solely with these particular top–level domain name extensions: .info, .biz, .co, .co.za, .me, .tv, .pro, .cc, .net, .we.bs, .com and .org.
Multiple Custom DNS Records
A, AAAA, MX, CNAME records and even more
From the Custom DNS section of the Domain Manager, you’ll be able to alter a variety of DNS resource records for your domains, including A, AAAA, MX, NS, SRV, CNAME and TXT records. Setting a new DNS resource record is very easy. You just need to pick a domain name and then specify the DNS resource record that you want. Any modification you’ve made will be reflected online within just twenty four hours. In case you want to restore the initial record value, simply click on the Revert button.
The Custom DNS section also contains a GeoIP location tool, which allows you to forward individuals from a given geographic region to a specific language version of your web site.
Domain Name Locking
Theft–proof your domains
With DuoServers.In Web hosting, you will be able to easily protect your domain name from being taken away without your permission by "locking" it at your present domain registrar. This will not influence the way the domain name behaves in any way whatsoever, but will momentarily block all domain transfer requests.
In case you have to transfer your domain name, you can just unlock it. Locking and unlocking a domain is extremely simple and comes down to just one single click of the mouse.