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Domain
Validation (DV)
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Domain Validation Certificate (DV)

Domain Validation Certificate is one of the most popular and inexpensive SSL certificates in the industry. This hassle-free certificate is the ideal choice for websites where the brand's trust is already established and organization verification is not needed. Choose between Comodo Positive SSL, Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard and Thawte SSL 123.

Organisation
Validation (OV) [?]

Organization Validation (OV) SSL Certificate

The Certificate Issuing Authority not only checks the right of the applicant to use a specific domain name PLUS it conducts some vetting of the organization. Additional vetted company information is displayed to customers when clicking on the Secure Site Seal, giving enhanced visibility in who is behind the site and associated enhanced trust.

Choose between Comodo Instant SSL, Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard and Thawte SSL Web Server.

Extended
Validation (EV)
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Extended Validation SSL Certificate (EV SSL)

As the highest ‘class’ of SSL available, an Extended Validation SSL Certificate (EV SSL) activates both the padlock and the green address bar in all major browsers. A EV SSL Certificate provides the strongest encryption level available and enables the organization behind a website to present its own verified identity to website visitors. The Extended Validation identity verification process requires the applicant to prove exclusive rights to use a domain, confirm its legal, operational and physical existence, and prove the entity has authorized the issuance of the Certificate.

Choose between Comodo EV SSL and Thawte Web Server EV.

Wildcard
Certificate (
DV) [?]

Wildcard Certificates

Wildcard certificates work the same way as a regular SSL Certificate, allowing you to secure the connection between your website and your customer's Internet browser – with one major advantage. A single Comodo Wildcard SSL Certificate for for *.yourwebsite.com covers any and all of the sub-domains of your yourwebsite.com domain.

Wildcard
Certificate (OV) [?]

Wildcard Certificates

Wildcard certificates work the same way as a regular SSL Certificate, allowing you to secure the connection between your website and your customer's Internet browser – with one major advantage. A single Comodo Wildcard SSL Certificate for for *.yourwebsite.com covers any and all of the sub-domains of your yourwebsite.com domain.


Positive SSL

SINGLE DOMAIN

SSL Type :
Domain Validation



Rs.1600/- Per Year

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Instant SSL

SINGLE DOMAIN

 

SSL Type :
Organisation Validation



Rs.5000/- Per Year

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EV SSL

GREEN BAR IN BROWSER

SSL Type :
Extended Validation



Rs.14500/- Per Year

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Positive SSL WILDCARD

MULTIPLE DOMAINS

 

SSL Type :
Domain Validation



Rs.9000/- Per Year

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Premium SSL WILDCARD

MULTIPLE DOMAINS

 

SSL Type :
Organisation Validation



Rs.15000/- Per Year

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What is an SSL Certificate?
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layers. An SSL Certificate is actually a data file that provides a cryptography key for a website to ensure that information such as user logins, form submissions, data transfers, credit card transactions and other sensitive information is kept secure. SSL certificates are used to encrypt information sent around the internet. SSL certificates also provide authentication to ensure that information being sent is received by the right party. While browsing, you may have noticed that many websites have a padlock icon. This indicates that the website has installed an SSL certificate. So visitors can safely provide their personal details and not worry about their personal information being stolen.
Do you need to install an SSL Certificate?

If you have a static website or a personal blog where you do not request user information such as name, email address, etc. you probably don’t need one. But if you have an interactive website or an ecommerce website then it’s recommended that you SSL for your website as people’s personal information can be at risk if there’s a log-in and data submission process.

The primary reason to have an SSL certificate is to safeguard information. Having an SSL Certificate establishes trust for business. It gives your site a more professional look and reassures visitor that they can transact with you safely.

What is a CSR (Certificate Signing Request)?

A CSR or Certificate Signing request is a block of encrypted text that is generated on the server that the certificate will be used on. When you generate a CSR, you will be asked to enter information to be included in your SSL certificate such as your common name (i.e. www.example.com), organization name and location (country, state/province, city/town), key type (typically RSA), and key size (2048 bit minimum). A certificate authority will use a CSR to create your SSL certificate, but it does not need your private key. You need to keep your private key secret. The certificate created with a particular CSR will only work with the private key that was generated with it. So if you lose the private key, the certificate will no longer work.

 

How to generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) and Install a SSL Certificate?
Click here for instructions.