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Egypt Trust Company Addresses and Branches
- Cairo: Exhibition Grounds - Salah Salem - Behind Gate 4 for Pedestrians
Sunday to Thursday from 8 am to 8 pm and Thursday and Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm

- Cairo: Salah Salem Street - General Authority for Investment - 3rd Floor
From 8:30 am to 3 pm

- Cairo: Cairo International Airport - Office No. 211 First Floor - Cargo Agents Complex
From 8:30 am to 4 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- Egypt Trust: Economic Court
From 9 am to 3 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- General Treasury Branch (Laoghly Square - Ismail Abaza Street)
From 9 am to 2 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- Chamber of Commerce in Cairo - Bab El-Louk
From 9 am to 2 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- Giza: Saqquir Mall Branch - Al-Kafrawy Axis, Saqquir Mall, Juor Al-Safwa Hospital, Piece 8 B Service Area, Reach Peak
From 9 am to 4 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- Media Production City Branch - Al-Wahat Road - Gate 4 - City Administration Building
Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 4 pm

- 6th of October City: Investment Authority Branch - Al-Wahat Road in front of Masr Mall Pedestrian Bridge
Sunday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm

- Alexandria: Investment Authority Branch - 29 km Alexandria Desert Road
From 8:30 am to 3 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- 7 El Nasr Street - Al Manshiya - 2nd Floor - Apartment 203.
Daily from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, closed on Friday and Saturday

- Dakahlia: Egypt Trust Mansoura Branch next to Eden Cinema
Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm

- Damietta: 3rd Floor - Unit 417 - Damietta Port Centre Mall, Ghanam Mall - West of Damietta Port
Sunday to Thursday from 8 am to 4 pm

- Chamber of Commerce Tameez Office
Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 2:30 pm

- Qalyubia: Chamber of Commerce - Banha
Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm

Egypt Trust

SSL Certificates

SSL CertificatesSSL Certificates

Establish Credibility and Trust by Providing Privacy and Security on your Websites.


Secure connection to web servers with SSL certificates

Establish a secure connection between your web server and your visitors’ browser with an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate. Data transmitted is thus protected against eavesdropping, tampering, or forgery, making it safe to communicate all types of data.

You know a connection between a client and your server is secured SSL technology when you see a padlock icon or a green address bar in your browser.


SSL Certificates


Legal Entity Signing

Using an SSL certificate protects your and your customers’ sensitive information. It prevents third parties from snooping the transmitted data.

Encrypt Data

On the Internet information is passed from computer to computer to get to the destination server. Any computer in between you and the server can see your credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, and other sensitive information if it is not encrypted with an SSL certificate.


In addition to encryption, a proper SSL certificate also provides authentication. This means you can be sure that you are sending information to the right server and not to a third party’s server.


Use Cases

With Egypt Trust’s SSL service you are able to offer a wide variety of SSL certificates via both the Egypt Trust Web Service and Egypt Trust Partner Portal.

The service is completely automated from the certificate authority all the way down to the customer, ensuring optimal lead times for the issuing of SSL Certificates.


Each SSL certificate is linked to a manager of a strongly identified website or server. A certificate is provided only after a stringent organization identification process.

Holder Transparency

A simple click on the padlock reveals the identity of the certificate holder

Advanced Security

Data encryption (up to 256 bit) based on a digital certificate with key length of 2048 bits.

QWAC Certificates

Our SSL certificates are qualified and featured on the EU Trusted List



Egypt Trust deals with international and leading brands in the field of issuing SSL certificates.


DigiCert is the industry’s most trusted and widely respected provider of high-assurance certificates, trusted by the world’s top companies to secure billions of transactions, worth billions of dollars, every day.


GeoTrust® is the world’s second largest digital certificate provider. More than 100,000 customers in over 150 countries use GeoTrust to secure online transactions and conduct business over the Internet.


RapidSSL is a low price SSL solution which allows you to run up-to 256 bit encryption, helping resellers develop and launch a secure site quickly.


Thawte has issued more than 945,000 SSL and code signing certificates since 1995, protecting identities and transactions in over 240 countries.

FAQFrequently asked questions

Below we’ve provided a bit about SSL Certificate. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using our hotline or whatsapp.

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and it’s successor TLS (Transport Layer Security) are methods used to secure and encrypt sensitive information like credit cards, usernames, passwords, and other private data sent over the Internet.

Website pages secured with SSL and TLS are those branded with the HTTPS in their URL address.

Anything (including people, software, computers, and devices) who exchange sensitive information on any network, including the Internet and Web, needs to use SSL/TLS. Sensitive information includes things like username and passwords, credit card numbers, or any other data that needs to be kept private.

Wildcard SSL/TLS allows the use of an unlimited number of subdomains in the SSL/TLS certificate. Any full domain that matches *.yourdomain.com (where * can be any word and yourdomain.com is your domain) will be secured by a wildcard SSL digital certificate. For instance, egypttrust.com, www.egypttrust.com, mail.egypttrust.com, and any other combination of egypttrust.com would be secured by a wildcard certificate issued to *.egypttrust.com.

The warranty protects the end user if an egypttrust.com Certificate is mis-issued (i.e. issued to a third party that was not entitled to the SSL Certificate).

The S in “HTTPS” stands for “secure.” HTTPS is just HTTP with SSL/TLS.

A website with an HTTPS address has a legitimate SSL certificate issued by a certificate authority, and traffic to and from that website is authenticated and encrypted with the SSL/TLS protocol.

To encourage the Internet as a whole to move to the more secure HTTPS, many web browsers have started to mark HTTP websites as “not secure” or “unsafe.” Thus, not only is HTTPS essential for keeping users safe and user data secure, it has also become essential for building trust with users.

Website owners need to obtain an SSL certificate from a certificate authority, and then install it on their web server (often a web host can handle this process).

A certificate authority is an outside party who can confirm that the website owner is who they say they are.

They keep a copy of the certificates they issue.

A browser or server attempts to connect to a website (i.e. a web server) secured with SSL. The browser/server requests that the web server identify itself.

The web server sends the browser/server a copy of its SSL certificate.

The browser/server checks to see whether or not it trusts the SSL certificate. If so, it sends a message to the web server.

The web server sends back a digitally signed acknowledgement to start an SSL encrypted session.

Encrypted data is shared between the browser/server and the web server.