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Do I need an SSL certificate for a website that allows people to make donations over the web?

It is technically a foundation, a non profit organization website, which will allow people to make donations for the cause. Is purchasing an SSL certificate for this site a good idea?
How much will it cost me?

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A SSL cert is a good idea. Vist the Verisgn site

A SSL cert is a good idea. Vist the Verisgn site for information -

https://www.verisign.com/ts-sem-page/?sl=t72320166440000002&gclid=CKy01KGB7KUCFYMI3wodeCUeng

If you need a SSL cert, visit the Verisign site and try a fully functional SSL Certificate FREE for 14 days. https://forms.verisign.com/websurveys/servlet/ActionMultiplexer?Action_ID=ACT2000&WSD_mode=3&WSD_surveyInfoID=572&toc=AAAAA-572-01-26&brand=01&country=26&oldToc=w44700044695191002&cid=4A9096902F4B7093

Pricing - https://www.verisign.com/ssl/buy-ssl-certificates/index.html

As another option, you might consider using Paypal to accept donations. it takes all the burden off you and your IT staff to maintain a secure website. I integrated it into some of my past customer's websites, and never had an issue.

https://merchant.paypal.com/cgi-bin/marketingweb?cmd=_render-content&content_ID=merchant/home

 

I am moving this thread to the General Forum, this forum is for Symantec Network Access Control (SNAC).

Best,

Thomas