SSL Security

Digital Certificates for You & Your Business
RapidSSL Certificate
407.61/month
  • Domain Validated (DV) certificate
  • rapid issuance process
  • With 99% of browser recognition
  • encryption strength of 256-bit
  • solution for protecting a single, entry-level site
Essential SSL Certificate
434.78/month
  • Domain Validated certificate
  • The speed of issuance
  • With 99% of browser recognition
  • encryption strength of 256-bit
  • light ecommerce websites
Comodo PositiveSSL
271.74/month
  • Domain Validated (DV) certificate
  • Comodo Positive SSL
  • With 99% of browser recognition
  • encryption strength of 256-bit
  • dynamic site seal and unlimited server

Why are SSL certificates necessary?

Encrypts Sensitive

Comodo's SSL certificates provide upto 128 or 256-bit encryption for maximum security of your website visitors' data

Better SEO rankings

Google gives higher rankings to websites secured with SSL certificates. Which means SSL certificates are critical if you're serious about your online business.

Boost customer confidence

Many customers actively look for the SSL lock icon before handing over sensitive data. Get an SSL certificate to increase your customer's trust in your online business.

Comodo Secure Seal

Your certificate comes with a Comodo Secure Seal that serves as a constant reminder to customers that your site is protected.

How Google's Recent Changes Affect You

  • If you noticed a change in your site's search engine ranking or the traffic it receives, a recent algorithm update from Google is likely the cause. On March 12th, Google launched, what it has dubbed the "March 2019 Core Algorithm Update". As with any update, the changes will have an effect on the SEO of most sites. Google regularly updates its algorithm, and in many cases, they don't announce the update or what has been changed. SEO experts usually notice these algorithm updates when there is a significant shift that is impacting every site.
  • Unfortunately, besides confirming that the update took place, Google hasn't provided any guidance on what has changed. This omission isn't unusual. Google rarely explains how an algorithm has changed, except in cases where they are trying to drive a specific behavior, such as promoting mobile responsiveness or the adoption of HTTPS.
  • Google is making some big changes to the way they display secure and unsecured websites in the Google Chrome browser. Beginning with the Chrome 68 release date this month, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “Not Secure.” What does this mean for your small business website? The Google SSL changes 2018 can have a huge impact on your website — and your business.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate is a digital certificate issued for a domain by a central authority called the Certificate Authority. To be issued an SSL Certificate, you must purchase an SSL Certificate and then go through a verification process conducted by the Certificate Authority.

Why should I buy an SSL Certificate?

An SSL Certificate does 2 things: a. Encrypt the information sent from your user's browser to your website b. Authenticate your website's identity. By doing these 2 things, an SSL Certificate protects your customers and in turn increases their trust in your online business. This is especially important if your website requires users to login using passwords or enter sensitive information such as credit card details.

Can I upgrade my SSL Certificates?

Unfortunately, we don't support upgrades/downgrades at the moment. If required you can purchase a new certificate and install it on the same web server as the old certificate

Do I need technical expertise to set up an SSL Certificate on my website?

While it isn't difficult to install an SSL Certificate, it does involve following a series of steps. You can find more information in our KnowledgeBase.