Comodo Essential Wildcard SSL

The EssentialSSL Wildcard certificate could be a time and value saving certificate that gives easy certificate management. you have got to manage one certificate for all subdomains rather than handling individual certificate for every subdomain. Certificate management tasks like expiry, installation, and renewals are a procession for admin with Comodo Essential Wildcard certificate.

When you order Comodo Essential SSL Wildcard, you would like to issue your certificate on as an example, * and it'll mechanically secure,,

Essential SSL Wildcard comes with 128/256-bit encryption strength and a 2048-bit signature key. It additionally unlocks the static Comodo Secure website Seal, that raises client confidence by reassuring your website visitors that their communication with you is secure.

  • Domain validated, 2048 bit Industry Standard SSL Certificate
  • Immediate "No Hassle" SSL certificate issuance 24/7
  • Unlimited server licenses
  • Automated validation - no paperwork
  • Risk free 30 day refund policy
  • FREE site seal
  • Unlimited Re-issuance Policy
  • Trusted by all popular browsers with 99.9% Ubiquity
  • $10,000 Relying Party Warranty
  • Single Domain Name (FQDN) and
  • 256 bit Encryption

Brand Comodo
Domains 1
Great for Personal
Validation Domain

Browser Compatibility


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Server Platforms And Mobile Browser Compatibility

Server Platforms:

  • Apache
  • BEA Weblogic
  • Plesk
  • cPanel / Web Host Manager
  • And other SSL-Capable Servers

Mobile Browsers:

  • Android
  • Apple iPhone, iPod Safari 1+
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 5/6*
  • Opera Mobile 6+
  • Opera Mini v3+
  • ACCESS NetFront Browser v3.4 +
  • RIM Blackberry v4.2.1 +
  • KDDI Openwave v6.2.0.12 +
  • Netscape Communicator 4.51+
  • NTT / DoCoMo
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Sony Playstation 3
  • Sony Playstation Portable

An SSL Certificate is a digital certificate issued for a domain by a central authority called the Certificate Authority. To be issued an SSL Certificate, you must purchase an SSL Certificate and then go through a verification process conducted by the Certificate Authority.

An SSL Certificate does 2 things: a. Encrypt the information sent from your user's browser to your website b. Authenticate your website's identity. By doing these 2 things, an SSL Certificate protects your customers and in turn increases their trust in your online business. This is especially important if your website requires users to login using passwords or enter sensitive information such as credit card details.

SSL Certificates are compatible with all major browsers.

Unfortunately, we don't support upgrades/downgrades at the moment. If required you can purchase a new certificate and install it on the same web server as the old certificate

While it isn't difficult to install an SSL Certificate, it does involve following a series of steps. You can find more information in our KnowledgeBase.