Security, Trust and Credibility for your website
Protect your customers' data from prying eyes - whether it be passwords, credit card details or other sensitive data.
Ensures that you are sending information to the trusted servers and not imposters trying to steal information.
Visitors will trust your website more when they see visual cues like a lock icon or a green bar and will therefore be more likely to buy from 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.
Secure indicator on the address bar in your customers' browser Your company name on the address bar (with EV) Comodo TrustLogo Site Seal on your website
Comodo SSL certificates are one the most popular options for Digital Certificates today as they offer you the strongest encryption in the industry.
In May 2017, Google announced that it would display a 'Not Secure' message on the Chrome browser for all websites that do not use a SSL certificate.
Attacks such as phishing, website hacks and data abuse are impacting customer confidence in e-commerce. When your website has a SSL certificate.
When you buy a SSL Certificate from ResellerClub, you can get Free Reissuance for unlimited additional server licenses.
Get 24x7 support from ResellerClub’s crack team of SSL Certificate experts.
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: It encrypts the information sent from your user's browser to your website It authenticates your website's identity 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.
No, we don't support any upgrade or downgrade on Comodo SSL Certificate plans at the moment.