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I then realized I would need an SSL certificate on my Centos-Linux box. This seems a bit costly, does anyone have a recommendation of which certificate I should use or an alternative low cost merchant solution?
Merchant Solutions- Internet Resource Group
[edited by: lorax at 5:34 pm (utc) on Aug. 1, 2006]
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That being said, I would avoid Comodo as they are a chained root cert. Thawte and Verisign are overpriced (IMO)
If you are really on a budget, servertastic (google the name) do a single root RapidSSL for $14.95, which is pretty good.
A step up would be a Geotrust SSL cert. EV1 servers do them at a huge discount (about $50 a year) compared to buying direct from GeoTrust. Ev1 also do the RapidSSL for $14.95.
Sorry for the name dropping - provided only as information that might be useful for anyone looking for a cheap SSL cert - I have no affiliation to either company.
Too bad Paypal does not allow you to point a DNS entry to a hosted solution and allow you to fully modify their template to match your site.
Does anyone has any recommendations in that area? thx.
[edited by: Kahless at 5:48 pm (utc) on Aug. 1, 2006]
Some of the bad thinking about the web
1-traffic in endless wrong
2- they don't know what they are doing wrong again people are getting smarter by the day get a cheap ss cert got a cheap site... Gonna cause issues down the road.
Paypal is ok for ebay and a secound processor but not a primary processor
My advice do it right now set up a SS heck mine was Comodo 99 plus install by hosting Co. GettingaMerchant account was about 400.00 set up and all I use carservice international Not the cheapest but we have only been down less than a week in 4 years...That rigft there makes all the difference in the world...