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Positive SSL DV
The Comodo brand is backing this certificate, which is one of the most trusted names for internet security. The Comodo Positive SSL is a great option for those who need simple, fast security and don’t want to risk putting too much trust in the site.
PositiveSSL is a domain-validated (DV) certificate that can be issued quickly. After domain ownership has been verified and the certificate issued, your site will show “https://” in its URL along with the pad lock and seal.
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|Positive SSL DV|
|Secures||www.site.com + site.com|
|Key length||2048 – 4096-bit|
|Encryption||Up to 256-bit|
What Are the Benefits of Positive SSL
Before issuing a certificate, Comodo verifies domain ownership. Most domain-validated certificates can be issued within minutes.
Comodo PositiveSSL certificates provide validation for one domain name.
The warranty refers to the amount Comodo will pay to customers if they are affected by a wrongly issued certificate. A $10,000 warranty is included with PositiveSSL.
Free Site Seal
The PositiveSSL certificate comes with a free static site seal. The seal can be displayed anywhere you like on your website to let customers know that they are shopping on a secure site.
You don’t need to fill out paperwork because the validation process is done online. It’s simple and efficient.
Comodo PositiveSSL certificates come with a 15-day refund policy. This allows you to take your time and make sure that you have the right cert.
Get your customers’ trust by securing your website.
SSL Certification FAQs
The certificate type you choose will affect the time taken to issue SSL certificates. Each level of validation takes different amounts of time. An easy Domain Validation SSL certificate can usually be issued in minutes after an order.
SSL is the backbone for secure Internet. It protects sensitive information that travels over the internet’s network. Even if your website doesn’t deal with sensitive information such as credit card numbers, SSL is vital for protecting it. It protects your website and the personal information of your visitors. Here are some examples of SSLs:
- Sensitive Data
- SSL Provides Authentication
- Higher Search Engine Ranking
- SSL increases customer trust
- PCI Compliance requires SSL
Everybody who has a website! SSL certificates do more than protect credit card numbers. Online users are at risk due to the alarming rate of fake websites. Security-savvy users expect more security before sharing any personal information. Website owners need to invest in the best SSL certificate for their business. These are just a few examples of SSL certificates that encrypt.
- Online transactions details
- Login to your account and web forms
- E-mails, web applications like Outlook
- File transfers via https and FTP
- Information sent over mobile devices
- Communication via cloud-based platforms
It goes beyond protecting credit card data. It also protects against hackers and other unsolicited threats. Additionally, SSL certificates activate security icons that can be easily identified by users on web pages.
While SSL certificates employ similar methods to ensure encryption, authentication and integrity, they differ in the information they include about the identities they secure. To categorize certificates, the certificate authority (CA), validates the subject information contained in the certificate. This is an effective way to do so.
- Domain Validation is the most basic level validation. It verifies that the requester of the certificate has control over the domain it protects.
- Organization Validation is a process that verifies an organization’s identity (e.g. The certificate applicant must be a business, non-profit, or government entity.
- Extended Validation (EV), which is similar to OV, verifies an organization’s identity. EV is a higher trust standard than OV, and therefore requires more rigorous validation to meet the CA/Browser Forum’s Extend.
Certificate signing request (CSR), is an official request sent by your server to the Certificate Authority (CA).