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Free SSL Certificate with Full Security

Comodo Free Certificate is a fully functional Digital Certificate, valid for 90 days and is as trusted as our paid SSL certificates. This means the free certificate is recognized and trusted by 99.9% of all browsers and devices and can immediately go to work securing your web site. Your visitors will see the golden padlock and won't see security warnings.

Benefits of Free SSL Certificate:

  • SSL Certificate at zero cost for 90 days (other CAs offer only 30 day free trials)
  • Issued online in minutes with no paperwork or delays
  • Highest strength 2048 bit signatures / 256 bit encryption
  • Signed from the same trusted root as our paid certificates
  • Recognized by all major browsers and devices
Free SSL Certificates

Why would I need a Free SSL Certificate?

  • Test your new site's SSL Security Certificate before it goes live
  • Secure your website free of charge for the next 3 months
  • Highest strength 2048 bit signatures / 256 bit encryption
  • See how easy it is to work with Comodo - install your certificate instantly
  • Do not let your security lapse. Get an SSL Certificate for Free and stay secure if your current certificate is due to expire.

Don't let your security lapse. Get an SSL Certificate for Free and stay secure if your current certificate is due to expire.


Free SSL certificates are valid for 90 days and are limited to one issuance per domain.


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Betty Cuthbert
07/27/2015
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Outstanding

Who gives stuffs for free anymore? And the best part is there is no bait in this offer,take it as it comes.

Phil Asencio
07/23/2015
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Free deal checks out!

Our website is yet to churn profits but me and my husband were concerned about securing the payment pages. Free SSL has helped us do that for 90 long days!

Samppa Lajunen
07/23/2015
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Keep it up

I was honestly hoping this to be a gimmicky stuff coz all other freebies are. However, it's a fair product that delivers all it promises.

Travis Wood
07/23/2015
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How to renew it

I've a few days left for the free trial to expire. Anyone knows how to renew this certification? I would appreciate the help.

Choka Khan
05/10/2015
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Free SSL are best

I have used free SSL and found that are best when you use them properly, but i think i must buy SSL for e-commerce sites.

The Comodo companies are leading global providers of Security, Identity and Trust Assurance services on the Internet. Comodo CA offers a comprehensive array of PKI Digital Certificates and Management Services, Free SSL, Threat Containment, Network Vulnerability Scanning and PCI compliance solutions. In addition, with over 10,000,000 installations of its threat prevention products, Comodo Security Solutions maintains an extensive suite of endpoint security software and services for businesses and consumers.

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