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Comodo Code Signing Certificate

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If you’re looking for a quick and affordable way to secure code and increase customer trust, look no further than the Comodo Code Signing certificate. These code signing certificates help ensure that any code or content you’re looking to distribute over the internet is safe from modification, re-hosting, and impersonation by malicious third parties. The Comodo Code Signing certificate will immediately let your customers know that they can trust the software they are downloading, since it has been verified by a world-renowned security company like Comodo.

- Supports 32 and 64 bit formats

- Trusted by main OS/platforms

- Trusted by all major browsers

Note: Please use Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 or Mozilla Firefox to collect your certificate. Code Signing certificates cannot be generated using Apple Safari, Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge.

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Sectigo Organisation SSL Wildcard

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Sectigo (formerly Comodo CA) are a well established Certification Authority and SSL Certificate Provider. A leader in public trust services since the very birth of the Internet. Sectigo Certificates are trusted by all popular browsers, Operating Systems, devices and applications.

Sectigo Organisation SSL Certificates activate the “yellow padlock” and start securing ecommerce transactions, web account logins, webmail, network traffic and online services in minutes. With encryption levels of up to 256 bit and an trusted root of up to 2048 bit, the Sectigo Organisation SSL ensures you benefit from the strongest possible encryption for every customer.

The main difference between the Organisation SSL and the Domain SSL is  that the Organisation SSL undergoes further checks into the identity of your business, and in return your company information is then stored within the certificate.

The Sectigo Organisation SSL Wildcard Certificate covers you for an unlimited number of subdomains (single-tier) for your domain. However if you’re using Microsoft Exchange and have users with older mobile devices, we’d recommend that you take out the Organisation SSL SANS Certificate.

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Sectigo Organisation SSL SANS

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Sectigo (formerly Comodo CA) are a well established Certification Authority and SSL Certificate Provider. A leader in public trust services since the very birth of the Internet. Sectigo Certificate are trusted by all popular browsers, Operating Systems, devices and applications.

Sectigo Organisation SSL Certificate activate the “yellow padlock” and start securing ecommerce transactions, web account logins, webmail, network traffic and online services in minutes. With encryption levels of up to 256 bit and an trusted root of up to 2048 bit, the Sectigo Organisation SSL ensures you benefit from the strongest possible encryption for every customer.

The main difference between the Organisation SSL and the Domain SSL is  that the Organisation SSL undergoes further checks into the identity of your business, and in return your company information is then stored within the certificate.

A SANS certificate will cover you for 3 domains, but you can add additional SAN entries totaling up to 2000. Although we’d only recommend you go up to a maximum of 50.

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Sectigo Organisation SSL

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Sectigo (formerly Comodo CA) are a well established Certification Authority and SSL Certificate Provider. A leader in public trust services since the very birth of the Internet, Sectigo Certificate are trusted by all popular browsers, Operating Systems, devices and applications.

Sectigo Organisation SSL Certificates activate the “yellow padlock” and start securing ecommerce transactions, web account logins, webmail, network traffic and online services in minutes. With encryption levels of up to 256 bit and an trusted root of up to 2048 bit, the Sectigo Organisation SSL ensures you benefit from the strongest possible encryption for every customer.

The main difference between the Organisation SSL and the Domain SSL is  that the Organisation SSL undergoes further checks into the identity of your business, and in return your company information is then stored within the certificate.

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