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Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate

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Quick, easy, affordable - the baseline Comodo Positive SSL certificate.

For users who need an SSL certificate to set up-to-date security and domain authority, Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate is the way to go. No complicated validation processes, no installation problems - this SSL certificate works out of the box and will easily apply domain validation from a trustworthy Certificate Authority.

These particular Comodo SSL certificates are delivered as low-cost alternatives to pricier SSL certificates from other Certificate Authority companies. They do not, however, skimp out concerning SSL encryption and SSL root key strength. This SSL certificate is as good as the more expensive SSL products but is kept lean and simple to reduce its cost as much as possible.

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  • Validation Type: Domain
  • Issuance: Minutes
  • Reissues: Unlimited
  • Warranty: $10,000
  • Mobile Devices: Supported
  • Comodo Seal
    Site Seal: Included
  • Server Licenses: Unlimited
  • Refund Policy: 30 Days
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Comodo Positive SSL Certificate: Low Price, High Security

No frills, no fuss - this SSL certificate is purpose-built as a fast and cost-effective way of getting through the validation process and setting up an SSL certificate on the given domain. Naturally, SSL certificates of this grade don't have access to advanced features such as multi-domain coverage, nor can they cover unlimited sub-domains.

They do, however, apply 256-bit encryption (i.e. industry-standard encryption), come with a free Site Seal, and stellar OS compatibility. A quick, affordable solution to incur mid-range protection of sensitive information and domain ownership, or even to protect online transactions if need be.

For small-scale websites with value-minded web admins, there's no better - or cheaper - way to compile aggregate data quite as effectively. The fact that products from the PositiveSSL certificate lineup can be issued at such speed is a testament to the immediacy and easy availability at a low price point.

Most Affordable of All SSL Certificates: Comodo PositiveSSL

SSL certificates from Comodo's PositiveSSL lineup are purpose-built as entry-level security products. They enact a baseline of encryption strength via domain validation, making PositiveSSL the option for value-oriented domain owners. A Comodo Positive SSL certificate protects a single domain with top-end browser compatibility. It can apply 256-bit encryption to many simple or complex services.

Security and encryption strength are provided as-is, with the same baseline a domain would get using a far more complex SSL certificate. Instead of diminishing encryption strength, Comodo lowers the price of this certificate range by keeping it lean and uncomplicated.

In effect, SSL certificates from this range cannot provide subdomain security - though Positive SSL Wildcard certificate products exist - and cannot offer extended validation. Instead, the focus is on getting the given domain validated cheaply without compromising security.

Stellar Value Proposition for Small-Scale Websites

By keeping the baseline PositiveSSL certificate simple, Comodo can get any domain validated in record time. Whereas Comodo certificates are generally highly affordable across the board, Comodo PositiveSSL is the very pinnacle of this particular niche.

Domain validation keeps the costs low and implementations simple, with issuance times often as short as just 15 minutes from the submission of the CSR. In the simplest terms possible, this Comodo SSL certificate can be yours remarkably quickly, meaning that no domain needs to go unprotected for long at all.

What's particularly noteworthy is that all buyers of this Comodo SSL also get access to unlimited server licenses. Any given Comodo PositiveSSL can be installed on as many servers as you need, giving it unprecedented flexibility for real-world security.

SSLTrust Makes Sure You Get Extra Features and Value

SSL certificates are easy to get in this day and age. There are even some entirely free options that may work for limited use cases. That said, SSLTrust and Comodo understand there's more to an SSL/TLS product than its baseline security coverage. From browser compatibility concerns to Site Seal graphics, most users will benefit significantly from one of our deals.

In the case of Comodo Positive SSL certificates, there's a wide range of extra features all buyers get to enjoy by default:

  • Unlimited server licenses: the same certificate can be used on multiple servers at once
  • Excellent browser compatibility: virtually everything is supported
  • Site Seal graphics: for outward trustworthiness
  • Warranty coverage: Positive SSL with a $10,000 warranty package
  • Support team access: top-grade experts ready to help with whatever problems you might have

In effect, by choosing SSLTrust, you know that you're getting the best deal possible. Whether regarding security or other assorted necessities, we work hard to deliver as much value to every user as possible. And, if something goes amiss, you can always count on SSLTrust's team of Australian-based security experts to assist you in any way they can.

Comodo SSL FAQ

PositiveSSL is Comodo's most value-oriented sub-branding on the market. PositiveSSL certificates deliver excellent security without many extra features or boons, but they're a reliable, trustworthy solution that bolsters a domain's trustworthiness without overspending.

All Comodo PositiveSSL products are domain-validated (DV). They're kept affordable and quick to issue by focusing on validating the domain and the domain ownership rather than pushing ahead with a more thorough vetting solution. Multi-domain and Wildcard SSL products from the PositiveSSL lineup are DV, too.

Every Comodo SSL certificate is safe. From securing customer transactions to a government's national institute, Comodo has repeatedly proven that they can secure virtually any website use case on the market. To that end, these certificates are a perfectly safe way of getting HTTPS in place on one's domain, and the $10,000 warranty package proves as much.

Yes, Comodo is a Certificate Authority (CA) and one of the leading companies in this particular niche. Oriented towards cost-effective domain security that complies with the latest browser requirements but doesn't forego any of the necessities related to certificate implementations.

Product NameComodo PositiveSSL
AlgorithmSHA-2 Enabled
Validation TypeDomain Ownership Validation
Issuance Time5-15 minutes
Domains +
Allows Additional Domains (SAN)No
Server LicensesUnlimited Server Licenses
Key CryptographyRSA or ECC
Minimum Key Size2048-bit (RSA), 233-bit (ECC)
SSL/TLS Encryption256-bit Encryption
Trust IndicatorsHTTPS Browser Padlock
Mobile & Smartphone SupportYes
Browser compatibility99%
Client OS CompatibilityGood
Included Malware ScanNo
Includes Trust SealYes
SSL ReissuanceUnlimited and Free
Refund Policy30 Days

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5 months ago

Excellent and efficient customer service. We urgently required an EV codesigning certificate. SSL Trust assisted us after hours on the day we made the application (Thursday), company verification was completed the following day and the token arrived the following Wednesday. We were also provided with technical assistance with accessing the user portal and setting up the token. The experience was immeasurably more efficient than our previous experience purchasing an EV codesigning certificate from a supplier based outside of Australia.

9 months ago