DOMAIN SSL
R219 /Year
  • Secure one domain
  • Domain Validation
  • Issued in Minutes
  • $10,000 Warranty

WILDCARD DOMAIN
R1419 /Year
  • Secure one domain
  • Secure Subdomains
  • Domain Validation
  • Browser Padlock
  • Issued in Minutes
  • $10,000 Warranty

MULTI-DOMAIN OV
R1615 /Year
  • Secure four domains
  • Domain Validation
  • Browser Padlock
  • Issued in Minutes
  • $250,000 Warranty

EXTENDED VALIDATION
R2410 /Year
  • Secure four domains
  • Domain Validation
  • Browser Padlock
  • Issued in Minutes
  • Secure Green Address Bar
  • $250,000 Warranty

What is SSL?

SSL is short for secure socket layer – a technology that encrypts communication between users and a website. This encryption ensures that important data such as usernames, passwords, and credit card information is sent from the user to the site without the risk of interception.

SSL works by encrypting communications online. Every time you send a message from Gmail, log in to Twitter or Facebook, or PayPal money to someone, a hidden layer of encryption protects your user data and any related information that sails through the internet. These sites all use HTTPS, a much more secure version of the standard HTTP protocol that facilitates web communication.

About Comodo?

Comodo is the largest Certificate Authority (CA) in the world with a wide variety of product offerings, all with different validation levels, warranties and additional features. Regardless of whether you’re a large, established enterprise-level company or a newly created small business, Comodo has the perfect security solution for you.

HTTPs vs HTTP

HTTPS stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure. The HTTPS protocol ensures a secure, encrypted 1:1 connection between browser and server.

While it might seem like just an additional letter, the added ‘S’ indicates the use of a powerful internet security measure, the SSL certificate. Sites with SSL certificates use encryption to keep any connection to their site and any sensitive information (such as customer credit card details or account login information) secure.

The HTTPS prefix is familiar to most people browsing the internet. Users can look for and quickly identify whether a site uses HTTPS protocol by glancing at the web address. They reason that sites using the HTTPS protocol are safer to browse and interact with.

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