Domain Name Management Platform Realtime Register Announces New Range of SSL Certificates

September 15, 2019
Domain Name Management Platform Realtime Register Announces New Range of SSL Certificates
Domain name management platform Realtime Register has announced the launch of a new range of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates. Realtime Register, which has headquarters in Zwolle, the Netherlands, was established in 2004. An ICANN accredited registrar and the Netherlands’ largest domain provider, the company primarily caters to resellers. Currently managing “over 2 million domain names”, it operates globally and offers more than 1000 TLDs. Its flexible API and user-friendly interface are coupled with tools that enable bulk purchases and sales. Realtime Register’s extensive new range of SSL certificates offer its reseller partners another revenue stream and provides end-users enhanced security.

SSL certificates encrypt the connection between a server and a browser to offer websites protection from third-party intrusion. More importantly, these certificates indicate an organization’s details to establish the validity of its digital credentials to indicate that a site is bonafide and safe to visit. SSL certificates also help websites rank better in search engines like Google. As a result there has been a major movement towards SSL adoption, and in 2019, 80% of page loads were conducted leveraging the SSL protocol. Realtime Register now offers “over 90 different SSL certificate types from five certificate authorities”.

“Realtime Register started in early 2000 as a platform for domain management with an ICANN accreditation and contracts with all the well-known registries,” explained Realtime Register’s CEO, Berend van Dalfzen. “That is how we are now able to offer our partners over 1,000 TLDs. But we see customer demand is changing and our partners are looking for additional services to bundle with domain names. Take security and trust for instance, an increasing number of man-in-the-middle and phishing attacks, website hacks and data leaks has created a major opportunity to sell SSL certificates. Website and business owners increasingly need the security provided by an SSL certificate, to make sure data transactions are securely encrypted.” He added. “These certificates deliver a level of trust that free and DV certificates can’t deliver which website-owners are increasingly willing to pay for. And with the competitive pricing we are offering our partners, this increased demand is a very interesting opportunity for our partners.”

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