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EV SSL Certificate provide the highest levels of encryption, security and trust. They immediately reassure web site visitors that it is safe to conduct online transactions by turning the address bar green.

Comodo InstantSSL Premium

An InstantSSL Pro Certificate enables you and your customers to complete transactions with the assurance that no one else can read or change information as it travels over the Internet.

Essential SSL Wildcard | Positive SSL Wildcard

Secure UNLIMITED subdomains on a single domain name with one Certificate. 128/256 bit industry standard SSL Certificate; Trusted by over 99.3% of current Internet users.

Unified Communication Certificate(UCC SSL)

Designed exclusively for MS Exchange and Office Communications infrastructures, Comodo UCC SSL allow a one SSL to provide SSL-secured communications for multiple domains and multiple host names.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Comodo is the Most Trusted Site Seal When Shopping Online - Survey

World’s Largest Public Survey on Site Seal Security Conducted

The Comodo organization, a global innovator and developer of cyber security solutions, today announced that new survey data shows that the Comodo security seal is the most trusted security seal in the world, for those shopping and conducting ecommerce transactions online.


The global survey was developed by Comodo and open to all of Comodo’s direct and indirect competitors including the Better Business Bureau Accredited, Geotrust, McAfee, Norton, Thawte, TRUSTe, and Trustwave.
“Comodo has an amazingly loyal following because we give our customers easy-to-implement tools that help solve their most critical security concerns,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO of Comodo. “In using our Comodo technology, customers are saying that trust the Comodo seal, they feel safe and secure in using their credit card and other financial information on the internet for ecommerce when the Comodo seal is represented. The results of this open survey show that more customers trust the Comodo brand over any other site seal.”
Image Source - https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-Q85QCFS7/
Original Press Release - Comodo

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Comodo Ranked Top Position in The Internet History

This diagram shows the percentages of websites using various SSL certificate authorities. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys. Our reports are updated daily.
How to read the diagram:
42.4% of the websites use none of the SSL certificate authorities that we monitor.
Comodo is used by 6.6% of all the websites, that is a SSL certificate authority market share of 33.6%.

Following SSL Certificate Authorities have less than 0.1% market share:
  • SwissSign
  • Logius
  • OpenTrust
  • T├╝rktrust
  • Camerfirma
  • Microsec
  • Chunghwa Telecom
  • Buypass
  • Hongkong Post
  • A-Trust 
  • Sertifitseerimiskeskus 
  • CNNIC 
  • TWCA 
  • Izenpe 
  • Japanese GPKI 
  • NetLock 
  • ACCV 
  • WISeKey 
  • Certigna 
  • IdenTrust 
  • CertSIGN 
  • Disig 
  • E-Tugra 
  • E-Guven 
  • Firmaprofesional 
  • TDC

Original Source - w3techs

Friday, December 6, 2013

Time to Upgrade: Convert 1024 Bit SSL to 2048 Bit SSL for a Cyber-Safe New Year

2014 is just around the corner, so it’s about time to say Adios to 1024-bit SSL certificates. NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) along with Certificate Authority/ Browser Forum (CA/BF), are all set to define a new standard for SSL certificates which would be effective as of Jan 1 2014. According to this new rule, all the SSL certificates issued after January 1 2014 MUST have minimum bit strength of 2048-bit.

As we all know, the key length of an SSL certificate indicates its encryption strength – shorter keys are more prone to a cyber-attack. A cyber thug armed with most advanced computers and a compromised private key drawn from a short public key, would easily be able to decrypt all the SSL-secured connections, even from the past!

This up-gradation was a result of many such cases of compromised internet security caused by shorter key strength SSL certificates. However, a higher key strength certificate doesn’t guarantee 100% security. But it sure does help in minimizing the attacks, because the computational power required to process 2048-bit certificates is five to thirty times greater than that required for 1024-bit certificates. 


To improve their data security, many companies across the world switched to the new length certificates months ago when the rule was announced.  It is THE wise step to take, as no e-merchant who is serious about his business would want such message to be displayed on the site when the customers log in. Please have a look:

If you are an e-merchant, please follow these steps to spare your website from displaying such message.

  1. First of all, check if your certificate is less than 2048-bit key length. You can do that by clicking here Check your SSL
    You are good to go if your certificate’s strength is 2048-bit or above, but if it’s not, you have to fix that.
  2. Next step would be to find out if your server is compatible enough to handle a 2048-bit SSL certificate.
  3. You need to generate CSR to proceed further.  Please follow this link which would guide you with CSR generation steps for each server: Click Here
  4. Final step would be to
    Renew the certificates that expire before Dec 31 2013 with a 2048-bit SSL certificate.
    Reissue the 1024-bit certificates that expire after Dec 31 2013 by ordering 2048-bit SSL certificate instead.
This New Year, shield your business with a protective layer of a stronger SSL certificate for better protection against all the cyber thieves! 

Friday, November 22, 2013

Time to Upgrade: Say Goodbye to 1024 bit SSL

1024 bit SSL certificates are about to be obsolete.After January 1, 2014 the 1024 bit SSL certificate will join floppy disks and gopher servers in the grave yard of forgotten technologies. A new standard set by the Certification Authority/Browser (CA/B) Forum required that SSL certificates issued after January 1, 2014 must have a key length of at least 2048-bit.
What do you mean by “key length”?
An SSL certificate includes a value that is used to encrypt message for secure communication. The value is represented by a combination of 1s or 0s, each digit is called a bit in computer speak.
Why is Key Length Important?
The more bits in the key the more possible values can be represented. The key needs to be large enough so that it cannot be discovered with a brute force attack. In a brute force attack, you simply try every possible combination until you come across the correct one.
What’s the problem with 1024 bits?
With 1024 bit key I can represent a lot of values, would seem to be plenty. You have to use scientific notation for the number, 2^1024=1.797693134862315907729305190789e+308.
If you haven’t used scientific notation lately, you have to move the decimal place 308 places to the right inserting zeroes when you reach the “e”. That is a really big number! Unfortunately, with the steady growth of computing power, it will soon be not enough. Before that happens, it is important that internet security moves to the stronger 2048 bit.
How Do I Know if My Certs are 2048-bit?
Just go to the following page and you can generate a discovery report to see if their certs are 2048, and it’s free!
Action Required: What do I need to do?
If you own any 1024-bit certificates expiring this year, you must renew them by generating a 2048-bit or higher CSR.  If you have certificates expiring in 2014 or later you need to replace and upgrade all 1024-bit certificates with 2048-bit.  The deadline was October 1st, so if you have not done so you are past due!
Original Source: http://blogs.comodo.com/e-commerce/time-to-upgrade-say-goodbye-to-1024-bit-ssl/

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Cheap and High Quality: Not an Oxymoron at Comodo

We have a running debate here at Comodo as to whether to use Low Cost or Cheap in referring to our SSL Certificates. My friends who like to use “cheap” argue that more customers looking for SSL use the word cheap in their searches than “low cost” and it makes our web pages easier to find.
Personally, I hate using the word cheap because it could be misinterpreted as low quality, which is not the case with any of our SSL Certificate products. Whether you purchase the low cost domain validated certificates or pay the extra money for Enhanced Validated certificates, you will still get the highest quality encryption technology available.
Encryption is the heart of SSL, but not the only feature to consider in purchasing an SSL certificates. You need to consider what degree of verification you to present to your site visitors and the higher levels do cost more. Certificates that provide higher level of organization and identity verification provide an additional service that is badly needed by some web sites, especially e-Commerce sites that need the trust of their customers. The additional cost can be miniscule compared to the benefit of protecting and assuring your customers.
However, if you’re using the certificate for intranet site you might be able to use a Domain Validated certificate or simply Organization Validation and save some money. You have to match your purchase to your needs.
What every customer or potential Comodo customer needs to know is that regardless of what type of certificate you chose from Comodo, you get the highest quality encryption and verification services in the industry at one of the lowest prices available for each product category.
Low Cost and high quality. How can you beat that?
Original Source: http://blogs.comodo.com/e-commerce/cheap-and-high-quality-not-an-oxymoron-at-comodo/

Monday, October 14, 2013

Case Study: Hayneedle Enjoys Meteoric Growth with Comodo EV SSL


Online retailer, Hayneedle.com, has become an astonishing success with security-conscious shoppers since the brand was introduced in August, 2009. According to Hayneedle’s Chief Technical Officer Steven Dee, the site’s Extended Validation SSL certificate from Comodo has helped it build trust.
“People shopping on Hayneedle are looking for something very specific,” said Dee. “They’re used to dealing with some mom and pop shops. At times they’re not sure whether a site can be trusted or not. Part of the Hayneedle brand is that we are a trusted place to shop.”
“We get a lot of people who don’t want to enter their credit card. While we have a customer care center for those situations, the green browser bar, available thanks to the Comodo EV SSL certificate, helped to win over and educate customers that our site is safe,” said Dee, as did displaying Comodo’s trust logo across the site.
Hayneedle’s customer care staff explains the significance of the green browser bar to telephone customers, to increase trust in online transactions. “It’s nice that when I’m looking at the green bar, we can have our customer service agent say, ‘You don’t have to worry about the transaction; it’s certified.’ It builds the trust by word of mouth. It’s something that they can visually see; it’s something that changes in their browser to let them know that they can trust us.”
“It’s all about trust–the EV SSL certificate instills trust in our customers. They can look up there, if they’re unsure they can click on it across our sites,” Dee said.
“We were only focused on one point on our checkout,” Dee said for an example. He added that Comodo offered a valuable suggestion to build trust with shoppers. “If you want to display our logo across the site you can, that will reassure them when they are thinking about buying, not necessarily in the buying phase.” Hayneedle adopted that suggestion, reassuring its security-conscious consumers.”
Comodo’s CEO and founder Melih Melih Abdulhayo─člu was instrumental in the creation of Enhanced Validation (EV) SSL, introduced in 2007 as an industry standard. EV SSL provides greater assurance to a web site visitor that the site is operated by a legitimate concern and is who the purport to be.
Learn more about Hayneedle at http://www.hayneedle.com
Original Source: http://blogs.comodo.com/uncategorized/case-study-hayneedle-enjoys-meteoric-growth-with-comodo-ev-ssl/

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

How to Avoid Phishing Attacks by using an EV SSL Certificate

EV SSL and the Green Address Bar prevent phishing attacks
Building and keeping a loyal customer base is dependent on trust. In order to establish trust, e-commerce businesses (and all online businesses of every size) need to prove validation of their website. Phishing attacks have taken over the lead in the online race for fraud. These attacks use the strategy of mimicking websites in order to gain sensitive information. Many of these scammers have gotten very good at producing nearly identical websites and stealing the customers precious information, to later ruin that customer’s day.Extended Validation SSL (EV SSL) Certificates have become the greatest thorn in the side of these phishers.
EV SSL requires a stringent validation process which would strongly deter a phishing attack [all of which MUST be verified], such as:
  • Physical, operational, legal existence of their entity
  • The identity of the entity matching official records
  • Exclusive rights to the domain name used on the EV SSL Certificate
  • Proper authorization of the issuance of the EV SSL Certificate
While there may be some customers unaware of EV SSL Certificates at this time, it will not be for long. Online businesses of all sizes are now competing to rebuild the confidence in online shoppers so that their businesses may thrive. The best technique in building customer confidences for an online business’s website is to measure up to the amount of protection that other online businesses are using which the customers already trust.
Customers’ fear of online scams applies mostly in cases of online shopping. Most people will not give up the convenience of online banking or social networking in order to be safer from these threats.  Anyhow, most banks and social networks have already equipped themselves with EV SSL because it is the greatest protection. After a customer has started noticing the green address bar, they are going to be more likely to trust other sites that boast that same protection.
The green bar SSL customers seek is the address bar
There is no other method of obtaining a green address bar for a website other than purchasing an EV SSL Certificate.  This is a certificate that must be applied for in order to get because it meets the highest industry standard as required by the CA/Browser forum. The CA/Browser Forum identified the increasing threats that online scammers were perpetrating and realized that there was a need for a stronger certificate to prevent scams and to rebuild the trust in online customers that were becoming increasingly alarmed by these threats.
The customers can now simply click to verify for themselves that the website is legitimate (even when the green address bar is immediately visible). Internet browsers quickly began following suit.  IE 7.0, Firefox 3.0, Opera 9.5, iPhone, Android and others show the green address bar to streamline the customers’ experiences and encourage the amenity of online shopping.
Avoiding phishing threats can lessen abandoned shopping carts
Customer confidence leads to less abandoned shopping carts. When an e-commerce business creates their website they should secure any page where sensitive data is being transferred (obviously). However, customers often get a feel immediately upon visiting a website about whether or not they feel safe about transacting business on the site. Using the EV SSL certificate can be a great way of establishing familiarity and trust right off the bat and ultimately keep the customer from later abandoning their shopping cart.
EV SSL adds an unmistakable layer of protection that keeps all parties safe. Authentication is key in supporting online commerce. Just as currency must be changed from time to time in order to prevent counterfeiting, so must e-commerce websites adapt to prevent other phishers from creating counterfeit websites.
Original Source: https://comodosslstore.com/blog/how-to-avoid-phishing-attacks-by-using-an-ev-ssl-certificate.html

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