Comodo Positive Multidomain SSL Certificate 2 Additional SAN Included is a quick and economical solution to secure multiple domains using one certificate.
The Comodo Positive Multi-Domain SSL cert is the best choice if you want to quickly secure multiple domains with a single SSL certificate. The certificate can be used to secure up 250 domains. It is usually issued within minutes after domain ownership has been verified.
The Comodo Positive Multi-Domain SSL, an entry-level Domain Validated option (DV), is a great option for small businesses and start-up ecommerce websites looking to boost their sales and encryption.
|Great for||Start-up ecommerce sites|
|Secures||www.site.com + site.com|
|Key length||2048 - 4096-bit|
|Encryption||Up to 256-bit|
Before issuing a certificate, Comodo verifies domain ownership. The Domain Validated (DV), certificate will display the trusted Comodo Secure Site Seal and can be issued in minutes.
The certificate can support up 250 domains. We bundle it with two additional domains, so you get 3 domains when you purchase the certificate.
You can rest assured that Comodo will cover you if something happens to you or you lose your money. Comodo carries very generous warranties.
The Comodo Secure Seal logo is easily recognisable and looks great on your checkout page.
Encryption protects against third-party content injection. It prevents ISPs injecting ads onto your website. This protects your ad revenue.
Comodo PositiveSSL certificates are covered by a 15-day return policy. This gives you the opportunity to take your time and ensure that you have the correct cert.
The time it takes to issue SSL certificates will depend on the type of certificate you choose. Domain Validation is simple. You only need to prove your ownership of the website you are ordering. You can do this in one of three ways: Email, File or CNAME-based authentication. The entire process is quick and easy because you only need to fulfil the Domain Validation requirements. There is no waiting. In no time, you'll be able to install your certificate.
When visitors provide sensitive information such as payment details, SSL Certificates are very important. Certificates can be used to prove that you are a trustworthy business. This will increase user confidence and help with online sales.
The Comodo Positive Multi-Domain SSL can be used to quickly secure multiple domains with a single SSL certificate. The certificate can be used to secure more than 50 domains. It is usually issued within minutes after domain ownership has been verified. The Comodo Positive Multi-Domain SSL, an entry-level Domain Validated option (DV), is a great option for small businesses and start-up ecommerce websites looking to increase sales and encryption.
After the cert has been issued, you can install the site seal. You will also be able display the padlock icon and "https" on your site.
These are just a few examples of SSLs.
SSL Certificates are digital certificates issued by a central authority. They can verify the ownership of the domain, existence of an organisation, or deep organisation verification, depending on the type of certificate. These are only a few examples for SSL certificates that encrypt.
There are many more.
Different SSL certificates provide different levels of protection. It is crucial to know what each certificate covers.
SSL security is an encrypted channel through which sensitive information can safely travel online. PositiveSSL Multi-Domain Certificates will make sure your website is secure and clients can trust your company. SSL allows you to focus on your work and solve security problems without worrying about additional security costs. You will also see an increase in revenue due to a higher Google ranking and more unique visitors.
What is the difference between Extended Validation SSL Domain Validated SSL and Organisation Validated SSL.
SSL certificates use similar methods to protect encryption, authentication, and integrity. However, the information that they contain about the identities they protect is different. The certificate authority (CA) validates certificates to categorise them. This is a very efficient way to categorise certificates.
Your server will send a certificate signing request (CSR) to the Certificate Authority. CSR formal request is a string generated by your server. It is crucial to know what type of software you are running at this point. Ask your hosting provider which type of server software you are using if you aren't sure.
*For more frequently asked SSL questions, see Hosting.uk's extensive web hosting FAQ.