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Published on December 11th, 2009

Comodo’s popular business validated SSL Certificate provides strong encryption and visual assurance for conducting business online. Among the most affordable and inclusive SSL Certificates available today, Comodo SSL is 2048-bit ready and includes a Comodo Trustmark to instantly build trust with visitors. For more information or to obtain a Comodo SSL Certificate please visit our online store.

Comodo SSL Certificates provide SSL encryption plus traditional business validation.

These high assurance or organizationally validated certificates are used to secure Intranets, extranets, mail and application servers, or web sites not requiring a high level of trust assurance or fraud protection.

For those sites we recommend Extended Validation or EV SSL Certificates.

They include an organization’s name and location on the certificate, display a padlock on a browser, a Comodo trust mark and relying party warranty levels from ten thousand to one million dollars.

Comodo SSL certificates are trusted by over 99.3% of current browsers, among the highest available in the industry today.

All Comodo SSL certificates are issued from our own 2048 bit root keys, already meeting the US Government’s National Institute for Standards and Technology’s post 2010 recommendation for SSL root key strength.

If you have a need for multiple certificates, Comodo SSL certificates are available through our Certificate Manager and EPKI Manager, both of which facilitate bulk purchasing and validation at discounted prices.

Comodo is one of the Internet’s two largest providers of High Assurance SSL certificates. Let us help your business become more trusted and secure with Comodo SSL.

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MarkSpizer

May 3, 2010

2:58 pm

great post as usual!

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