StayRight and Secure


  • Secure Hosting with Daily Backups
  • Enterprise-Level Servers
  • 5GB storage, 20GB bandwidth
  • Monthly WordPress Core & Plugin Updates
  • Maintain Valid Licenses*
  • Maintain Browser & Mobile Compatibility
  • Google Analytics Reporting
  • Call Click Tracking
  • SSL Certificate Protection (https)
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*Hourly or Additional Charges May Apply


  • 25gb Secure Cloud Storage
  • Premium Virus & Malware Protection
  • Easy Login and Management
  • 100% Uptime Guaranteed
  • Secure POP/IMAP

Other Hosting Add-Ons

  • Tech support and maintenance
  • Reporting dashboard
  • SEO Reporting Tool
Tech Stuff
  • Improves search engine results
  • All info to and from your website is encrypted
  • A secure site allows the collection of more data with Analytics providing more detailed and trackable results.
  • Your site visitors trust your site and feel more secure
  • Improved reputation for your domain
  • Adds an SSL/TLS security layer for your email server

“StaySecure” Website with Dedicated IP Address

Shared IP address SSL – DV – Domain Validated Cert. included with StayRight Hosting
Shared IP Domain Validated certificates are certificates that are checked against the domain registry. (see DV below for more information) DV certificates do not require a domain specific Dedicated IP address which is highly recommended for optimum levels of security, particularly in eCommerce situations. This IP is shared with all other sites on the server.

What is the difference between a Shared and Dedicated IP address?
The difference between shared and Dedicated IP addresses is quite simple. A shared IP address is a single address used by multiple websites within one web server. In this case, the web server should do some extra work, parsing the user’s request to the correct website. Having a Dedicated IP address means that the website has its very own address, and you can use either this IP address or the domain name of your website to access it from the web. A dedicated IP will protect your email sending reputation as well.

Website SSL Management and Renewal with a Dedicated IP Address
 Additional Monthly Fee

DV – is a Domain Validated Certificate
– Minimum Requirements

The most common form of certificate, you primarily need to be able to verify that you are in control of the domain in some way. For instance, putting up a file on the public side of the website. This certificate makes your website secure but does not include business authentication. DV certificates can usually be issued within a few hours.

OV – is a Organization Validated Certificate
– Most Popular

OV Certificates add a level of validation by including business authentication, meaning information about your company is included. Visitors can view your company’s information by clicking on the certificate details. To get an OV certificate you need to prove you have a local presence, verify a telephone number, verify you are in control of the domain, and do a final verification. OV certificates can usually be issued within 3 days. Ideal for sites with forms collecting sensitive data.

EV – is an Extended Validation Certificate
– Highest Validation Level

EV Certificates include the most company data and companies must meet the highest, most stringent requirements of any type of SSL Certificate before receiving a certificate. They also lend the most credibility to your website by bringing your business’s verified identity front and center – clearly displaying your company’s name in a green address bar.

EV certificates
EV certificates reinstate the trust users have for a secured web site. Apart from improving trust and confidence via the strictest authentication process, EV certificates triggers a visible Green Bar on modern browsers to distinguish the secured site apart from others, providing the highest degree of trust amongst consumers. It is extremely difficult to impersonate or phish an EV enabled site as even if web content can be duplicated, the Green Bar cannot be triggered without a trusted EV certificate.

Secure Websites (SSL)

Understanding SSL (Secure-Socket Layer) Certificates and your options.
What is an SSL? Why do we need one? What are the advantages? What kind do I get?
All of those are REALLY great questions… and we’ve got the answers.

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