PositiveSSL is Comodo’s entry-level brand, being amongst the most affordable SSLs currently available on the market. Each PositiveSSL certificate includes a static site seal, baring the PositiveSSL brand. Their low price, coupled with their strong 128/256-bit encryption, make them an ideal solution for small businesses and personal websites.
Comodo SSL certificates include a dynamic site seal, baring the Comodo brand name. As the most popular SSL provider in the world, displaying Comodo’s recognizable brand name on your website is worth its weight in gold. Comodo SSL certificates do not require the validation of a business entity. These certificates can therefore be used by anyone to secure their web server and are issued almost instantly.
Comodo are credited with having originally created the Extended Validation (EV) certificate. The EV SSL provides the highest level of business authentication available, in accordance with the guidelines presented by the Certificate Authority / Browser Forum. When your customers data is susceptable to hackers and other malicious attacks, the green address bar offered by the EV SSL assures your useres that they are dealing with a verified business on a secured server.
Comodo also offers a Unified Communications SSL certificate, for the purpose of securing a Microsoft Office Communications Server or a Microsoft Exchange server, and a Code Signing SSL for software developers who want to digitally sign their software so their users know their software can be trusted. The UCC (Unified Communications Certificate) includes 3 SAN (Subject Alternate Names) as standard, and up to 100 can be purchased with the certificate.