Comodo Essential SSL Wildcard
128-bit SSL certificates designed for encrypting web sites that handle low-volume
online transactions. Trusted by over 99.3% of current Internet users, Essential
SSL is the solution for new web sites or environments where trust has been established
and entity verification (for identity assurance) is not needed.
Buy New or Renew EssentialSSL Wildcard
Features & Benefits
- Secure multiple sub-domains with one certificate
- Domain validated certificate
- 2048-bit Industry standard SSL certificate
- Trusted by all popular browsers
- 99.3% browser compatibility
- 128/256-bit encryption
- 30-day refund policy
- 24/7 phone, email and web support
- Starting at only $78.40 per year
- Unlimited Re-issuance Policy
- Issuance Speed Immediate
- Free Unlimited Server Licenses
- Includes Site Seal
Multiple Sub-domains on a Single Domain Name
Up to 256-bit
Free Unlimited Server Licenses
Includes Site Seal
COMODO Static Site Seal
Speed of Issuance & Validation Levels
Essential SSL Certificates provide domain validation but do not authenticate the
business behind the online business.
Starting at only $78.40 per year, Essential SSL Wildcard is one of the most cost-effective wildcard SSL
certificates available today. SSL certificates can be purchased for a term of up
to 5 years.
Your browser ubiquity is a key element when choosing an SSL provider. Essential
SSL is trusted by 99.3% of the current Internet population. This is equivalent to
more expensive Certificates from Thawte.
Build Customer Confidence in Your Web site
By displaying an Essential SSL seal on your site, you instantly inform your customers
that you use 128-bit SSL encryption to protect confidential data (e.g. credit card
information) during online transactions.
Industry Leading Expert Support
Comodo, the company behind every certificate we sell, has a well-earned reputation
for industry leading customer care and technical support. As a valued SSL customer,
you can expect prompt support for any issues you may face or questions you may have
during any stage of applying for, installing or using your SSL certificate.