EnterpriseSSL – the entry-point into Comodo’s new EnterpriseSSL line – features strong, OV encryption and provides business authentication for your enterprise-level site. Each certificate is available Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) or RSA with encryption strength up to 256-bit and a 2048-bit signature key—all of which satisfy current NIST standards. This certificate comes backed by a massive $1,500,000 warranty and a dynamic Comodo Secured site seal. You’ll also get a free 90-day trial of the Comodo cWatch Web Security stack to help further improve your website safety.
Site Seal Included
EnterpriseSSL is an Organization Validated SSL certificate, meaning that your company or organization will need to undergo business authentication before the certificate is issued. This process takes between 1-3 business days, but can be expedited if needed.
EnterpriseSSL is available in either RSA or ECC and features encryption strengths up to 256-bit with a 2048-bit signature key—well above NIST standards.
Unfortunately, this SSL certificate is not SAN-enabled.
- Single Domain Name (FQDN) domain.com and www.domain.com
- Issued in 1-3 Business Days
- Organization Validation
- Up to 256-bit Encryption Strength
- 99.9% Browser Compatibility
- Unlimited Server Licenses
- Includes Comodo Secure Site Seal
- Organization Validation, 2048-bit Industry Standard SSL Certificate
- Unlimited server licenses
- Comodo Secure Dynamic site seal
- Unlimited Re-issuance Policy
- 99.9% Web and Mobile Browser Compatibility
- $1,500,000 Warranty
- Risk free 30-day refund policy
- FREE 90-day cWatch trial
EnterpriseSSL features the Comodo Secure site seal, one of the most powerful site seals on the internet. When placed properly on login and checkout pages, the Comodo Secure seal has been proven, by independent research, to boost conversions.
EnterpriseSSL is backed by one of the most generous warranties in the OV class: $1,500,000. That means if there’s ever any sort of mistake or failure on Comodo’s part, you’ll be covered for up to 1.5-million dollars’ worth of damages.