Archive for 2017

UPDATE to Comodo Changes

UPDATE: 7/24/17, After Comodo received many claims, they decided to pause new updates. All Wildcard SSL still have protection of base domain and all single domain SSL secures both with/without WWW.

Important Comodo change

We would like to inform you that all Comodo single-domain SSL certificates activated for are issued without free SAN example.comfor now. Please activate your single-domain SSL certificates for domain.comin order to have free WWW SAN. Changes to all Comodo Wildcard/GGSSL wildcard certificates. Now, base domain not protected, only * + domain.comwithout WWW not protected Changes were done by Comodo without […]

Comodo validation changes

In response to changes in the CA/B Forum’s ‘Baseline Requirements’ and Mozilla policy, Comodo has implemented revised Domain Control Verification methods and policies. Starting at 19th July Comodo activated new rules for HTTP/DNS validation. Email based DCV will remain the same process. DCV emails will however ‘time out’ after 30 days. HTTP(S) based validation will […]

Two brand new Comodo EV SSL Certificates

We have added to our offer two new Comodo EV SSL Certificates: – Comodo PositiveSSL EV SSL Certificate, – Comodo PositiveSSL EV MDC SSL Certificate. Both arrived in Comodo portfolio in April 2017. Comodo PositiveSSL EV SSL Certificate is currently one of the cheapest EV SSL Certificates which deliver green address bar. Comodo PositiveSSL EV […]

SSL certificates prices adjustment

We have changed prices for: – Comodo EV SSL – 1 year from $107.80 to $101.20, 2 years from $189.20 to $180.40 ($90.20 per year). Details: – Comodo Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL – 1 year from $187.00 to $297.00, 2 years from $324.50 to $519.20 ($259.60 per year), 3 years from $467.50 to $742.50 ($247.50 per […]

No more 3-year SSL Certificates

No more 3 year licensing. The SSL industry is further shoring up their defenses, and doing away with 3 year certificate licensing terms on all SSL! Effective the 1 st March 2018, the new maximum permissible term on any and all certificates will be 2 years, well actually, to be specific 27 months. The 27 […]

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