COMODO SSL CERTIFICATE
Every paid SSL certificate includes a seal of trust graphic confirming your website is secure and your site visitors’ information is protected. If you don’t have a trusted SSL certificate, Google Chrome will tag your site as Not Secure.
An SSL certificate reduces your risk by keeping sensitive data collected on your website safe. The data is encrypted and backed by a warranty from Comodo SSL that’s worth up to $1.75M to protect you.
An SSL certificate reduces your risk by keeping sensitive data collected on your website safe. The data is encrypted and backed by a warranty from Comodo SSL that’s worth up to $1.75M to protect the end user.
Having HTTPS in the address bar and displaying a seal of trust increases customer confidence in your website and helps drive more sales.
Good news. Google says that SSL security has a positive effect on its rankings:
“We’re starting to use HTTPS as a ranking signal… for sites (that) use secure, encrypted connections (and) we’ve seen positive results.”– Google Online Security Blog, August 06, 2014
A SSL Certificate is a digital certificate that is issued for a domain by the Certificate Authority, in this case Comodo. You must purchase a SSL Certificate and then go through a verification process to be issued with the certificate. This verification is conducted by the Certificate Authority.
Getting a Comodo SSL Certificate has two major advantages:
By doing this, a SSL Certificate protects your customers and in turn, increases their trust in your business and your website. This is important if your website requires users to log in using passwords or sensitive information like credit card information.
Yes, all Comodo SSL Certificates are compatible with all major and popular browsers active today.
While it isn’t difficult to install a SSL certificate, you need to follow a series of steps. More information on how to install it can be found on our KnowledgeBase
No, we don’t support any upgrade or downgrade on Comodo SSL Certificate plans at the moment.