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What is the difference between a TrustID Personal, Business, Secure Email, and SSL digital certificate?

TrustID Personal Certificate:

Authenticates you in personal online transactions, access to specific restricted Web sites, and allows you to send and receive, sign and encrypt email communications, using this digital certificate.

TrustID Business Certificate:

These are digital certificates for employees of companies that will authenticate the individual as an employee of that company.  When applying for this type of certificate, each certificate is only for one individual, not an entire company.

TrustID Secure Email Certificate:

Authenticates that the email address in the certificate is owned and/or controlled by you; no personal or business identity is verified. Once approved, the certificate allows you to sign and encrypt email communications.

TrustID Server Certificate:

Authenticates a Web site or a network server using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols.

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