InstantSSL Certificate

brand Comodo

domains 1

great for Business

validation Organization

greenbar red

paperwork green

secures www.site.com + site.com

local domains red

mobile support green

warranty 50.000$

browser support 99.9%

reissues Free, unlimited

key length 2048 - 4096-bit

encryption up to 256-bit

The InstantSSL certificate is an Affordable cert for non-profit/low-income public organizations

For public charity organizations or human rights movements, it’s important to establish a legal presence on the internet for your target audience to know who you are, so they can trust you. Comodo InstantSSL is an affordable certificate perfectly suitable for any kind of low-income or non-profit organization that requires business verification to operate on the web. Your organization’s name and address will be displayed in the site seal and SSL details.

InstantSSL is not totally instant. Since it’s a business-validated certificate, Comodo needs up to 2 business days for verification after you activate your certificate. 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 a verification call from Comodo, plus they may require additional paperwork for you to prove your identity. If the publicly available contact information is outdated, update it yourself before activating the cert, or notify Comodo and they’ll help figure it out. The domain name must be registered to your organization’s legal name in a publicly viewable WHOIS search, address on WHOIS must match the one in CSR.

The encryption level of InstantSSL falls into the 40- to the 256-bit range and solely depends on the device used for browsing. The larger the key, the harder it is to decode. Old devices (mostly now bygone) support only 40-bit, but 128-bit is what you get in 90% of the cases. As for 256-bit encryption, nothing there depends much on you; a variety of factors must coincide, such as your host’s server settings and your end visitor’s browser/operating system settings. However, 128-bit is absolutely in line with all modern security standards.

We send reminders 30 days prior to SSL expiration. Please keep your account profile up-to-date so that we can always get in touch with you.