SSL Certificates

Secure your website and customer data

SSL Certificates protect your customer’s personal data including passwords, credit cards and identity information. Getting an SSL certificate is the easiest way to increase your customer’s confidence in your online business.

From $17.95/per year

Why buy an SSL certificate

Rock-solid security

Comodo’s SSL certificates provide upto 128 or 256-bit encryption for maximum security of your website visitors’ data

Boost customer confidence

Many customers actively look for the SSL lock icon before handing over sensitive data. Get an SSL certificate to increase your customer’s trust in your online business.

Better SEO rankings

Google gives higher rankings to websites secured with SSL certificates. Which means SSL certificates are critical if you’re serious about your online business.

Secure Seal

Your certificate comes with a Secure Seal that serves as a constant reminder to customers that your site is protected

7-day money back guarantee

All our SSL certificates come with a 7-day Money Back Guarantee. No questions asked.

Select a Certificate that’s right for you

RapidSSL

$17.95

Per year

256-Bit Encryption

Broadcast Time: Minutes

Great For: Personal WebSites

Warranty Amount: USD $10,000

Trust Site Seal

Free Reissues

Get Support: 99.9%

Positive SSL

$30.00

Per year

Domain Validation

1 domain

Free additional server licenses

Issued up to 2 years

Assurance of trust: USD $10.000

Comodo SLL

$50.00

Per year

Domain Validation

1 domain

Free additional server licenses

Issued up to 2 years

Assurance of trust: USD $250.000

GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium

$79.00

Per year

256-Bit Encryption

Broadcast Time: Minutes

Great For: Small Business

Warranty Amount: USD $500,000

Trust Site Seal

Free Reissues

Get Support: 99.9%

Help Me Choose The Right Type of Certificate

While the need for online security is universal, not all SSL Certificates are created equal.
The guide below is designed to help you decide which type of certificate is right for you.

Domain Validation (DV)

  • Verifies ownership and control of the domain name only
  • Issued in minutes
  • Maintains browser compliance

Ideal for non-critical web pages

Think of DV like getting a library card—no confirmation of who you really are, very minimal requirements to obtain and issued very quickly.

Organization Validation (OV)

  • Enhanced validation including authenticating the identity of the applicant
  • Issued within one day
  • Maintains browser compliance

Ideal for more sensitive webpages such as login pages

Think of OV like getting a driver’s license—more hoops to jump through than a library card but more trusted as a form of identification.

Extended Validation (EV)

  • Standards-based approach to authentication, representing the highest level of authentication for SSL Certificates
  • Typically issued within 1-3 days
  • Maintains browser and other industry compliance

Ideal for sensitive webpages including ecommerce, online banking, account signups

Think of EV like getting a passport—much more stringent processes, longer lead times and more verification of who you are than with a library card or driver’s license. Recognized internationally as the most trusted way to verify your identity.

Wildcard

  • Protection of multiple subdomains
  • Usually issued in minutes
  • Simplified management and contracting without bureaucracy

Ideal for content creators and management of multiple subdomains

Think of the Wildcard certificate as the wildcard of a deck, being useful in several situations, protecting multiple subdomains within a main domain, even those generated after contracting the service.

1. What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is a digital certificate issued for a domain by a central authority called the Certificate Authority. To be issued an SSL Certificate, you must purchase an SSL Certificate and then go through a verification process conducted by the Certificate Authority.

2. Why should I buy an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate does 2 things: a. Encrypt the information sent from your user’s browser to your website b. Authenticate your website’s identity.
By doing these 2 things, an SSL Certificate protects your customers and in turn increases their trust in your online business. This is especially important if your website requires users to login using passwords or enter sensitive information such as credit card details.

3. Do SSL Certificates work in all browsers?

SSL Certificates are compatible with all major browsers.

4. Can I upgrade my SSL Certificates?

Unfortunately, we don’t support upgrades/downgrades at the moment. If required you can purchase a new certificate and install it on the same web server as the old certificate

5. Do I need technical expertise to set up an SSL Certificate on my website?

While it isn’t difficult to install an SSL Certificate, it does involve following a series of steps. You can find more information in our KnowledgeBase.

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