Comodo SGC Wildcard
Secure unlimited sub-domains on your website with a single Comodo SGC Wildcard SSL Certificate (e.g. www.yourdomain.com, secure.yourdomain.com, signup.yourdomain.com). A Comodo SGC Wildcard SSL Certificate is a cost effective and efficient means of securing all sub-domains without the need to manage multiple certificates.
Buy New OR Renew Your Comodo SGC (SGC)
- Full business validated certificate
- Secure multiple sub-domains on a single domain name with one SSL Certificate
- Enables 40 bit browsers to connect at full 128/256 bit security
- Trusted by over 99.3% of browsers
- $250,000 Warranty
- Protect the most possible visitors with 128/256 bit encryption
- US Toll Free telephone support
- Email and web support
- FREE HackerGuardian Vulnerability Scan
- FREE Corner of Trust worth $119.00
- Starting at only $659.80 per year
- Unlimited Re-issuance Policy
- 30 day refund policy
- Licensed for unlimited physical servers
Secure multiple websites with a single Comodo SGC Wildcard SSL Certificate. Server Gated Cryptography (SGC ) enabled certificates upgrade the encryption capabilities of older browsers from 40-bit encryption into full 128/256 bit encryption – ensuring your website protects and is trusted by the highest number of internet users possible.
For organizations hosting a single domain name but with different sub-domains (e.g. secure.comodo.com, www.comodo.com, accounts.comodo.com), the SGC Wildcard SSL Certificate is a cost effective and efficient means of securing all sub-domains without the need to manage multiple certificates.
Unlike other providers, we do not double, triple, or spike the price of your Certificate for every additional license! Each certificate comes with unlimited server licensing included in the price – meaning you are free to install it on as many physical servers as you wish.
Comodo SGC Wildcard certificates are the professional solution to securing your web server and carry a warranty of $250,000.
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Whether you are large company or a web host, the benefits of a Comodo SGC Wildcard Certificate are apparent. Through a single SSL Certificate you can secure as many sub-domains belonging to a specified domain name as you can use. For example, a single Comodo SGC Wildcard Certificate for *.comodogroup.com can be used for:
A Comodo SGC Wildcard Certificate ensures that you need not worry about the technical efforts, cost and time involved in managing multiple Certificates on your server.
Speed of Issuance & Validation Levels:
Thanks to the revolutionary capabilities of IDAuthority, the identity assurance provider, Comodo Wildcard SGC certificates are delivered to you faster than any other provider whilst adhering to the same stringent, two step validation process. The result is a highly trusted Certificate that does not undermine consumer confidence with the SSL protocol.
Starting at only $659.80 per year, Comodo SGC certificates are one the most cost effective Wildcard SGC Certificate available today with a warranty level to cover the needs of all professional websites. To help customers avoid the hassle of renewing every year, we also offer discounted 2 and 3 year Certificates.
Your browser ubiquity is a key element when choosing an SSL provider. Comodo SGC Wildcard certificates are inherently trusted by over 99.3% of the current Internet population. Furthermore, SGC certificates upgrade the encryption level of older browsers from 40 bit or 56 bit into highly secure 128/256 bit SSL sessions. This means you to protect more of your customers at the highest levels of security than regular SSL certificates. This makes Comodo SGC Wildcard certificates as equally trusted as more expensive SGC certificates from VeriSign.
Industry Leading Expert Support:
Comodo, the company behind the Instant SSL product range, is renowned for its industry leading customer care and technical support. As a valued SSL customer you can expect both telephone and email support for any issues you may face or questions you may have during any stage of applying for, installing or using your SSL Certificate.