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Green Padlock & Cloudflare SSL

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    Posted: 27 November 2017 at 12:53pm
It would be nice to see a green padlock for the secure encryption on the card entry details page rather than just a grey SSL padlock and generic cloudflare SSL certifcate

It looks like it's using a shared cloudflares SSL certificate: ssl379818.cloudflaressl.com

Can you consider ordering a dedicated SSL from cloudflare, so that romancart.com shows in the certificate rather than ssl379818.cloudflaressl.com.
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Hi,

RomanCart does show a green padlock on Chrome. Different browsers show SSL in different ways.

It may be that you are referring to EV SSL. We have moved away from EV because of the maintenance and administration and also that we believe it no longer provides any benefits above standard SSL.

Up to 80% of transactions are now on mobiles where you normally cannot really see the SSL status at all.

Having said all that - we are working on a way for you to have RomanCart running on your own subdomain. e.g. cart.yourwebsite.com. You would then be able to apply any SSL certificate you wanted to. We believe that that is the optimum solution as you would then have the certificate under your own name.

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I'd disagree about EV SSL, especially now that free SSL certificates are available to everyone. EV SSL does show that the certificate holder has been verified by the certificate issuer, and we find that the admin overhead is not very onerous for the site we use it on.
Yes, 80% of people will do produce research on mobile devices, but actual sales are still only just over 50%, and Romancart will only be viewed by the customer when actually making the purchase.
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