Unified Communications SSL Certificate

brand Comodo

domains 3

great for E-commerce

validation Organization

greenbar red

paperwork green

secures www.site.com or site.com

local domains red

mobile support green

warranty 250.000

browser support 99.9%

reissues Free, unlimited

key length 2048 - 4096-bit

encryption up to 256-bit

Were good SSL certificate for your Business for several hosts or MS Exchange server

Client trust is elemental for business success. Building a legal online presence is one way to gain that trust. Comodo Unified Communications is an organization validated cert. This means Comodo confirms that you are a legit business by placing your company name and address into SSL. Besides this obvious advantage, you also get up to 100 hosts secured — a handy fit for several projects with dedicated websites and/or MS Exchange services. Speaking of MS Exchange, you might also consider PremiumSSL Wildcard. There is a known connectivity issue at Microsoft’s end, which can be solved but takes some work, while multi-domain SSL installation is mostly effortless.

Comodo needs up to 2 business days for verification after you activate your certificate. Mandatory requirements for an organization validation cert are: The company name must be registered with the appropriate Government Registration Agency in the country or state you apply from. The company’s phone number will be obtained via «third-party» public telephone listing, thus must be current. Otherwise, you won’t be able to receive the verification call from Comodo, and they may require additional paperwork for you to prove your identity. If the publicly available contact information is outdated, take action or notify Comodo so they can help figure it out. The domain name must be registered to your organization’s legal name in a publicly viewable WHOIS search, and the address on WHOIS must match the one in CSR.

While all SSLs are about security, encryption level or key size differs from one to another. The larger the key, the tougher it is to crack. 256-bit encryption is the toughest of all, and it’s totally unbreakable. Unified Communications supports from 40-bit to 256-bit keys. Modern browsers work at 128- to 256-bit; those that use 40-bit encryption have gone on to a better place.

We shoot you reminders 30 days before your SSL expires. Yes, we care. The one thing we ask from you is that you keep your account info up-to-date so we can reach you.