great for Personal
secures www.site.com + site.com
browser support 99.9%
reissues Free, unlimited
key length 2048 - 4096-bit
encryption up to 256-bit
Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate:
The Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate is a very good option if you need your website under SSL, the benefit for the paid SSL is that your SEO rating grows better then using the free one. Also, PositiveSSL is a good option for Good for Facebook apps or personal use
Pricey certificates are targeted at companies with large budgets. They require complicated legal verification procedures and operation history that are just excessive for someone who needs a simple SSL for a Facebook app or login page. We bet you’d rather spend that money on a fancy photo lens or a new gadget if a modest “https” is all you really need.
Comodo PositiveSSL doesn’t require complicated validation. It’s issued before you can say “blueberry pie” (well, after 5–15 minutes of waiting once you’ve activated the certificate). However, Comodo may select random orders for additional brand validation. In such a case, the SSL will be issued within the timeframe determined by Comodo. Sorry, friends — don’t blame us.
All SSL certs provide your website with security, but there are varying levels of it. The bigger the key, the harder it is to decode. The precise encryption value of PositiveSSL falls into the 40- to the 256-bit range. Most browsers/operating systems work at the 128-bit level, which is quite secure according to modern security standards. 256-bit encryption level can be reached if numerous factors match — when your site’s hosting settings and your visitors’ browser settings are configured to operate at 256-bit level — but this is mostly out of your control. Devices that work at only 40-bit are as extinct as triceratops (some people believe they never even existed).
Hey! Once you join the team, don’t forget to keep the email in your profile updated. We send reminders 30 days before SSL expiration and no one wants them to go to Nowhere Land.