SSL certificates with Domain Validation (DV) are available for private users as well as companies and organizations. The verification process is simplified to a minimum, and the entire verification is most often done electronically via e-mail. DV SSL Certificates are recommended for small sites and systems where end-user trust is not a priority.
DV SSL Certificates are certificates with the lowest level of authentication for verification and certificate issuance. CA generates a certificate for everyone who is listed in the domain as an administrative contact (usually based on WHOIS entries). Verification is most often carried out by sending an automatic verification message to the e-mail address of the administrative contact. The result is the generation of an ssl certificate within several minutes of the finalized order and the response to the verification message. The verification procedure can also be carried out by placing the TXT record in the DNS zone of the domain for which the SSL certificate will be generated or by placing a specific file (usually an .html file with the name and content provided by the issuer). In SSL certificates with DV validation, company data is not checked, nor is it displayed in the details of the certificate.