Secure Sockets Layer (or SSL) is a secure cryptographic protocol developed for sending information securely over the Internet.

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SSL essentially protects credit card numbers and other information from malicious third-parties like criminal hackers and third-party service providers. It also protects your site from malware and prevents others from injecting advertisements into your resources. An SSL certificate is recommended for every website to protect user privacy and prevent tampering.

To enable SSL on your website, you need to find an SSL Certificate and install it on your web server.

We are working in a partnership with leading providers such as Symantec, Comodo/Sectigo, GoGetSSL, as many others. So, depending on your preferences we can offer single to multiple, or even synthesized bundles for the price you will not find anywhere else.

You can simply browse our portal under the SSL Certificate category and find some suitable products.

Spotlight options:

Single Domain

5 €
  • Single domain
  • business validation available
  • insurance from 50 000 €
  • The most popular brands

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Multi/Wildcard Domain

49 €
  • Multiple domains and subdomains
  • Business validatio is available
  • Insurance from 50 000 €
  • The most popular brands

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Enterprise Options

149 €
  • Multiple or single domains
  • Insurance frm 500 000 €
  • Code validation
  • Green bar

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions. If you have another question, please do not hesitate to get in touch

Sectigo is the new name of Comodo SSL. So yes, we do sell Comodo under the new brand.

On 1st November 2018, Comodo CA announced the rebranding to Sectigo. The current changes affecting only naming and no changes to products or prices. However, there is one positive change, Sectigo decided to allow Yellow Pages resources for phone verification, that is a good move to help people around the world to get OV/EV certificates easier.

You may order the SSL Certificates for up 5 years, however we strongly advice against it because Apple announced that beginning Sept. 1, 2020, newly issued publicly trusted TLS certificates are valid for no longer than 398 days

Google Chrome from version 77 release removed the UI indicator for Extended Validation (EV) certificates from the browser's address bar, it is also known as "Green Address Bar".