Google and Mozilla are imposing on other Certificate Authorities

As the #1 global market share leader in SSL Certificate products, Comodo® SSL Certificates will continue to be trusted by all browsers and the associated stringent vetting process ensures confidential data will not be shared with third parties.

Who's Authenticating Your SSL Certificate? Don't Take The Risk

Today we're writing this e-mail to confirm to you that Comodo® SSL Certificates are not affected by the proposed requirements Google and Mozilla are imposing on other Certificate Authorities.

There's been some recent events that raise the question of who is authenticating SSL Certificates - this can have a serious impact on you and your customers.

As the #1 global market share leader in SSL Certificate products, Comodo® SSL Certificates will continue to be trusted by all browsers and the associated stringent vetting process ensures confidential data will not be shared with third parties.

During these uncertain times, Comodo® SSL Certificate products allow partners to take a proactive step forward by offering end users a truly trusted and secured solution.

An Ideal Upgrade Path
Earlier this year Trustico® added and enabled a vast array of Comodo® SSL Certificate products to all partner accounts. This means you can benefit immediately, whilst ensuring your end users remain secured.

What About Symantec®
It's no secret that earlier this year Google and Mozilla proposed to depreciate Symantec® issued SSL Certificates within chrome.

Unfortunately, all brands within the Symantec® family# are under scrutiny by Mozilla and Google.

Whilst it's expected that newly issued Symantec® SSL Certificates will be supported throughout their lifecycle, some older SSL Certificates may fail to function.

Whilst the online community awaits definitive answers from Symantec® about their future plans, we recommend the use of Comodo® SSL Certificates for true peace of mind.