Sectigo (Comodo) PositiveSSL


Validation & Encryption on a budget

€13.95 Per year

€24.95 Per two years

  • Domain Validation
  • 1 Sub-domain
  • SHA2 & ECC 128/256 bit Encryption
  • Trust Logo Supported
  • $10,000 Warranty
  • All browsers support
  • Issued instantly

Sectigo (Comodo) PositiveSSL Wildcard


1 SSL for all your subdomains

€79.95 Per year

€143.95 Per two years

  • Domain Validation
  • Unlimited Sub-domains
  • SHA2 & ECC 128/256 bit Encryption
  • Trust Logo Supported
  • $10,000 Warranty
  • All browsers support
  • Issued instantly

Sectigo (Comodo) SSL


For Businesses & Enterprise

€52.95 Per year

€95.95 Per two years

  • Domain Validation
  • 1 Sub-domain
  • SHA2 & ECC 128/256 bit Encryption
  • Trust Logo Supported
  • $250,000 Warranty
  • All browsers support
  • Issued instantly

Sectigo (Comodo) EV SSL


Complete validation for Businesses

€154.95 Per year

€279.95 Per two years

  • Enterprise Validation
  • 1 Sub-domain
  • SHA2 & ECC 128/256 bit Encryption
  • Trust Logo Supported
  • $1,750,000 Warranty
  • All browsers support
  • Issued within 7 Days

How do SSL certificates affect your site?

An SSL certificate creates a secure link between a website and a visitor's browser. By ensuring that all data passed between the two remains private and secure, SSL encryption prevents hackers from stealing private information such as credit card numbers, names and addresses.

  • Encrypts traffic
  • Builds customer trust
  • Protects your website
  • Improves Google ranking

SSL Certification in Four Easy Steps

After you purchase an SSL certificate, it needs to be activated.

1
Buy It

Begin by purchasing the right SSL certificate for your needs. Choose the one from the listed.

2
Activate It

You’ll be able to activate your SSL certificate following the email instructions.

3
Install It

You will receive instructions on how to your SSL certificate once validated.

4
Manage It

You may manage SSL certificates (including renewal and reissuance) in our client area.

How Google’s Recent Changes Affect You

Latest Google Chrome updates now shows visitors a ‘Not Secure’ message in the URL if your website is not https (i.e. no SSL certificate). If it isn’t secure, visitors are more likely to refrain from entering information, making purchases or even signing up for your email list.Google will also rank websites without an SSL certificate lower on the search results page (SERP), affecting your SEO efforts, traffic and revenue at the same time.

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