Test the highest security - 90 days trial for free with FreeSSL Comodo

04-10-2010 15:59:00

We offer the FreeSSL Certificate from Comodo with no fee. It is a great possibility for all our clients to see how SSL certificates work and help day after day.

The certificate is issued by a leading Certification Authority Comodo. It guarantees the best standards and the most advanced technologies available in the industry today. One of the most important is the 2048-bit root key - the best key strength. It is recommended by organizations which improve security on-line.

The FreeSSL is free for 90 days. It secures single domain name. If you get the FreeSSL, you get the golden padlock icon for free as well. It informs that the page is secured - the certificate displays it in the down-right corner of the website. Certificate is recognized and trusted by 99.3% of popular browsers.

After 90 days you can end the trial period or renew it at least for one year. You can also choose more advanced product - for example with Wildcard option (secures unlimited subdomains) or with free Corner of Trust.

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