Generic top-level domains (gTLDs) are one of the categories of top-level domains (TLDs) maintained by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) for use in the Domain Name System of the Internet. A top-level domain is the last level of every fully qualified domain name. They are called generic for historic reasons; initially, they were contrasted with country-specific TLDs in RFC 920.

 

SSL TYPE TOTAL SUB-DOMAIN 1 YEAR ORDER

PositiveSSL (DV)

None ₦7200.00 ORDER

EssentialSSL (DV)

None ₦20160.00 ORDER

Positive SSL Wildcard (DV)

Unlimited ₦51120.00 ORDER

EssentialSSL Wildcard (DV)

unlimited ₦53280.00 ORDER

Comodo SSL Certificate (DV)

None ₦28080.00 ORDER

RapidSSL Certificate

None ₦7200.00 ORDER

RapidSSL Wildcard Certificate

unlimited ₦71280.00 ORDER

Sectigo SSL Certificate (DV)

None ₦29250.00 ORDER

Sectigo SSL Wildcard

unlimited ₦111750.00 ORDER

GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium

None ₦34560.00 ORDER

GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard (DV)

unlimited ₦121680.00 ORDER

Thawte SSL123

None ₦17280.00 ORDER

Thawte SSL123 Wildcard

unlimited ₦121680.00 ORDER

Show you’re protected at a glance

A DV certificate is your opportunity to show the public that any information they send to your site will be encrypted. Along with top-level encryption, you’ll also receive an HTTPS web address and a secure padlock icon that indicates your website is protected by an SSL certificate. These days, your typical web user doesn’t know what it takes to protect a website, but they know to look for that padlock icon and HTTPS when deciding if a site is secure or not.

Plus, as the web continues to move to an “HTTPS Everywhere” environment, with all sites equipped with at least a basic SSL certificate, businesses, like ecommerce websites and other sites that collect user information, are opting for an Organization Validated (OV) or, especially, Extended Validation (EV) certificate.

That’s because indicators like HTTPS and the padlock icon are becoming more and more commonplace, so businesses are looking to EV to help them stand apart from their competitors, since these certificates are the only solutions that come with the green address bar, the most universally trusted indicator on the web.

Questions

FAQ

If you’re looking for simple encryption for your site, the Comodo Essential SSL certificate is one of the most affordable options on the market. This certificate can be issued in a matter of minutes with the strongest encryption available. All domains protected by this certificate will display “https” in the URL, along with a padlock icon and Site Seal. However, the main feature of this certificate is the speed of issuance, making it a perfect fit for internal testing domains and light ecommerce websites.

Looking for a way to quickly and easily get the valued “https” displayed on a main domain and all of your subdomains? Then the Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard is the certificate for you. Speed and reliability are two adjectives that come to mind when describing this certificate. That’s because this wildcard SSL certificate is a basic, Domain Validated (DV) certificate and can be issued in mere minutes. Also, with 99.3% browser recognition and solid mobile compatibility, the Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard can be relied on by most light ecommerce websites.

The PositiveSSL EV Multi-Domain SSL certificate expands on the promise of the PositiveSSL EV certificate – affordable access to high-end security and assurance products – and expands on it with multi-domain functionality. Pre-packaged with two SANs, the PositiveSSL EV Multi-Domain can secure up to 250 FQDNs on a single certificate. PositiveSSL EV Multi-Domain is backed by Comodo, the world’s largest CA. This is the most affordable way to secure your entire portfolio of sites with one EV SSL certificate.

The Comodo Elite SSL certificate truly lives up to its name. It is a top-of-the-line Organization Validated (OV) certificate, ensuring that your investment is protected. This certificate also comes with a FREE HackerGuardian vulnerability scan to cover another aspect of web security for your website. Plus, since this certificate enables https, the padlock icon, and the dynamic Comodo Secure Site Seal, it will inject a tremendous amount of trust into your website, which makes it an excellent option for medium ecommerce sites and other businesses that are seeking more trust at a budget-friendly price.

One of the most cost-effective SSL solutions, the Comodo Essential SSL wildcard SSL certificate can secure one main domain and unlimited amount of subdomains. This makes managing your SSL certificates as simple as possible. Even more convenient, since this is a Domain Validated (DV) certificate, it can be issued to a domain in mere minutes. The Comodo Essential SSL wildcard SSL certificate is a perfect entry-level wildcard solution for very light ecommerce sites and new domains looking to establish trust with “https” and the Comodo Secure logo.

The Comodo InstantSSL Premium is an Organization Validated (OV) certificates that offers tremendous value to company websites. This certificate features an unbelievable combination of encryption and trust; so, not only will your website be safe to do business with, your customers will know that your website is safe to do business with. That’s because the Comodo Premium SSL will activate https and the padlock icon in your URL bar, along with including the reputable Comodo Site Seal on your site – which users can click to see real-time company information. No matter what type of website you operate, this certificate is sure to provide a boost to your business.

The PositiveSSL EV is a revolutionary product in that it expands access to Extended Validation SSL. In the past EV SSL was viewed more as a luxury for companies and organizations that could afford it. No more. The PositiveSSL EV offers industry-standard encryption strength and the high assurance that is synonymous with Extended Validation at a price point that fits easily into almost any budget. Good security and authentication aren’t a privilege, they should be available to everyone. And the PositiveSSL EV ensures that they are.

A Subject Alternate Name (or SAN) certificate is a digital security certificate which allows multiple hostnames to be protected by a single certificate. A SAN certificate may also be called a Unified Communication Certificate (or UCC), a multi-domain certificate, or an Exchange certificate.