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What is an SSL Certificate?

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, the protocol that creates a secure, encrypted connection between a browser and a server. To use it, you must first obtain a certificate and install it on your web server. Certificates are typically installed on pages that require end-users to submit sensitive information over the internet like credit card details or passwords. Example pages include payment pages, online forms and login pages.

Trusted SSL Certificates are issued by Certificate Authorities (CAs) and are available in three basic types - Domain Validated, Organization Validated and Extended Validation. Domain validated certificates are generally the least expensive and are issued after the CA has verified that the applicant has control of the domain named in the certificate. Organization Validated certificates are issued after the CA has verified domain control and conducted background checks into the company that owns the website. Extended validation certificates offer the highest level of trust to the end-user and turn the address bar green during secure sessions. EV certificates are issued according the guidelines set out by the CA/Browser forum.

Instant SSL Certificate

Instant SSL certificates are designed to secure a single-domain with the highest available levels of encryption and are trusted by all major browsers. They feature full business validation, free TrustLogo site seal, unlimited server licenses, 24/7 support, up to $250,000 warranty, free website virus scanning, free PCI scanning and a cast iron 30-day money back guarantee.

Extended Validation Certificate

EV certificates provide the highest levels of encryption, security and trust and immediately reassure web site visitors that it is safe to conduct online transactions by turning the address bar green on modern browsers. EV certificates have a $1,750,000 warranty and are organization validated to the rigorous guidelines set by the CA/B Forum. Highly recommended for online businesses of all sizes.

Wildcard Certificate

Wildcard certificates allow web-hosts and enterprises to secure unlimited sub-domains of a domain name on a single certificate (for example, a wildcard certificate for '*' could also be used to secure '', ', 'anything else.' etc.). They provide a cost effective alternative to single certificate purchases and simplify management processes by reducing the number of certificates you need to track.

Essential SSL

Our Essential certificate is a domain validated certificate and represents the fastest, lowest cost means of securing a website. Unlike Instant or EV certificates, essential certificates can be issued almost immediately because of their 100% online validation process.

Multi-Domain / SAN certificate

Multi-domain certificates allow you to secure up to 100 fully qualified domain names on a single certificate. This makes certificate management far easier as you need manage only one certificate. You'll also save money versus the price of individual certificates as additional domains are available from just P.A.O. MDCs are available in both OV and EV variants.

SGC Certificates

SGC certificates upgrade the encryption capabilities of older browsers from inadequate 40 bit encryption into full 128 bit or 256 bit encryption. This means your website is trusted by the highest number of internet users possible, including the millions using older versions of Windows and Internet Explorer. Comodo SGC certificates are available in OV, EV and Wildcard variants.

Unified Communications Certificate

Created with close co-operation with Microsoft, Unified Communications Certificates are specifically designed to secure Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications server environments. Like a Multi-Domain certificate, UCCs allow administrators to secure multiple FQDNs or sub-domains on a single certificate and can offer businesses substantial savings over single certificate purchases.

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