|DV HTTPS certificates||EV HTTPS certificates|
|Identity||Does not make any assurance that a certificate relates to any legal entity.||Proves who you are.|
|Address bar||No company name||Identity displayed in the browser address bar before anything else.|
|Lock||In 2 out of 4 major browsers, a gray lock.||A green lock in every browser.|
|Revocation||No requirement for OCSP (for fast revocation of compromised certificates).||Mandatory OCSP.|
|Missuance protection||No requirement for certificate transparency (to detect mis-issued certificates and compromised certificate authorities).||Certificate transparency.|
|Price||Since domain validated certificates don't check who you are, they cost almost nothing to issue and are typically cheap or free.||Cost money, because they require the certificate authority to check who you are.|
EV HTTPS fulfils an essential requirement of cryptography: that the site belongs to the company that users think it does.