VeriSign Launches Trust Seal - Website Verification Service
24 Feb 2010
VeriSign Inc has launched VeriSign Trust Seal, an extension of the world’s most recognized online trust mark, to increase confidence, traffic and transactions for sites that do not require SSL Certificates.
These include sites that outsource their shopping cart or payment functions to third-party providers and those that do not collect sensitive personal information.
The new VeriSign Trust Seal to help small and medium-sized businesses communicate trust and safety to customers and prospects.
It Includes authenticating the business and domain control which helps establish that the Web site represents an actual business, not a scam or phishing site.
The service costs $299 annually. That fee buys an initial authentication of business and domain control for a site and daily malware scanning thereafter. After passing the initial authentication, the Trust Seal, served by VeriSign, appears on sites subscribing to the service.
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