InstantSSL Pro Certificate
great for Business
secures www.site.com + site.com
browser support 99.9%
reissues Free, unlimited
key length 2048 - 4096-bit
encryption up to 256-bit
The InstantSSL Pro Certificate is good for Business validated certificates for legal organizations
Successful businesses, like successful relationships, are about trust. And it’s true for whatever entity you represent, whether the school or legal organization. One sure way to gain this trust is by establishing yourself as a legal company. Comodo verifies your business and confirms you’re reliable by displaying your business name and address on a site seal and in a certificate they give you.
Comodo takes up to 2 business days for verification, so this is instant in name only (but still pretty fast, to be fair). To get Comodo InstantSSL Pro, 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 If the publicly available contact information is outdated, update it yourself before activating the cert, or notify Comodo and they can help figure it out.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.
Modern devices are 128- to 256-bit encryption level, and that’s exactly what InstantSSL Pro supports. The larger the key size, the harder it is to decode the cert. The exact value depends on your end user’s particular device. In most cases, data will be encrypted by 128-bit key. 256-bit can be achieved, but a variety of factors must coincide, such as the server settings of your host and the browser/operating system settings of your visitor. 40-bit devices are long gone, but Instant SSL Pro will still show no error even for keys that are this short.
We’re not flakes — we always send reminders 30 days before your SSL expires, enabling you to take timely care of its renewal. Just be sure to keep your account info up-to-date so we can always reach you.