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Best way to secure a clients web site content

By rb4711 ·
I have always provided clients that hire my company to managed their web hosting sites with a SSL certificate. Now, as I start a new project and hear about hijacking of websites..I would like to take it a step further then just SSL certifications. I have seen some hiding of web site code, site encryption just to name a few. Most website hacker know about these and other methods of website security and I want to know what is the best options today...Which website certificate authority offers the best practice solutions Verisign or Comodo? These are just two that I know and have used on past projects. Please help me out when and answer here?

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There is also Thawte and eTrust.

by ManiacMan In reply to Best way to secure a clie ...

Verisign is the most common and recognized provider of root certificates and pretty much every known web browser out there will recognize and accept SSL certificates signed by Verisign. I don't know if you can hide static HTML code, but I've seen it done with ASP and pages written in JavaScript. I'm not a coder or web designer, so my knowledge in this matter is limited.

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