- Up to 256 bit encryption
- Encrypts and authenticates your website’s identity
- Compatible with all major browsers
- Increase your customer’s trust in your business by assuring them their personal data is well protected.
- SSL certificates are critical in boosting SEO rankings across Google.
- Comodo’s Secure Seal is an ever-present reminder to customers that their transactions are safe & secure.
From 23 July, 2018 onwards, with the release of Google Chrome 68, all non-HTTPS sites will be tagged as “insecure”..
Since Google Chrome is the world’s largest search engine, this would potentially affect the traffic and ranking of all non-HTTPS websites.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q.What is an SSL Certificate?
An SSL Certificate is a digitally signed certificate that establishes the identity of a website and uses encryption to send data to the website. The certificate is issued by a trusted authority known as a Certificate Authority (CA) and typically contains information like the Owner’s name, Name of issuer, the certificate holder’s public key and an expiration date.
SSL Certificates are generally used when a website wants to accept sensitive information like passwords, credit card details and other sensitive information.
You can view a website’s SSL Certificate by clicking on the lock icon in the address bar of a browser.
Types of SSL Certificates.
- Comodo SSL
- Positive SSL
- Positive SSL Wildcard
- EV SSL
Comodo SSL and Positive SSL provide security for one Domain Name and is best suited for small websites and blogs. Positive SSL Wildcard provides security for the primary Domain Name as well as its sub-domains, and is best suited for large e-commerce websites.
Q.Why should I buy an SSL Certificate?
An SSL Certificate assists in the following ways:
- It encrypts the information sent from your user’s browser to your website.
- It authenticates your website identity
If your website requires customers to feed in their personal and sensitive data, they need to be assured that this data is well protected and does not get into harmful hands. An SSL certificates’ primary job is to protect your customers and consequently increase your business’ image.
Q.Do SSL Certificates work in all browsers?
SSL Certificates are compatible with all major browsers like Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.
Q.Can I upgrade my SSL Certificates?
No, SSL Certificates do not support upgrades or downgrades yet. If you do find you require a new certificate, you can purchase the same and install it on the same web browser where your previous certificate was being used.
Q.Do I need technical expertise to set up an SSL Certificate on my website?
Installing an SSL Certificate does not require technical expertise.