Comodo CA Is Now Sectigo!

On 1st November 2018, Comodo CA announced the rebranding to Sectigo. The current changes affecting only naming and no changes to products or prices. However, there is one positive change, Sectigo decided to allow Yellow Pages resources for phone verification, that is a good move to help people around the world to get OV/EV certificates ... Read More »

4th Nov 2018
No more 3-year SSL certificates from 1st March 2018

No more 3 year licensing. The SSL industry is further shoring up their defenses, and doing away with 3 year certificate licesning terms on all SSL! Effective the 1 st March 2018, the new maximum permissible term on any and all certificates will be 2 years, well actually, to be specific 27 months. The 27 months comprises the initial 24 months ... Read More »

20th Feb 2018
Boost Google Rankings

Adding a 2048-bit SSL certificate with SHA-2 hash algorithm provides a minor rankings increase in Google Search. Past few months analysis showed positive results to many website owners using SSL certificates. Please note, changes makes just light/minor increase in the rankings while the content quality factor stays the major one. However, ... Read More »

29th Nov 2017
DigiCert acquired Symantec CA

On October 31, 2017, DigiCert, Inc. acquired Symantec Corporation. All CAs like Thawte, Symantec, RapidSSL and GeoTrust will be issued using DigiCert infrastructure starting at 1st DEC 2017. IndexItLtd is sure that its a great news to all, since together Symantec and DigiCert would increase quality of services, products provided globally and ... Read More »

29th Oct 2017
Comodo changed features of all Single/Wildcard certs. UPDATE: 7/24/17

UPDATE: 7/24/17, After Comodo received many claims, they decided to pause new updates. All Wildcard SSL still have protection of base domain and all single domain SSL secures both with/without WWW. 7/21/17. We would like to inform you that all Comodo single-domain SSL certificates activated for www.example.com are issued without free SAN ... Read More »

24th Jul 2017
Comodo changed features of all Single/Wildcard certs

We would like to inform you that all Comodo single-domain SSL certificates activated for www.example.com are issued without free SAN example.com for now. Please activate your single-domain SSL certificates for domain.com in order to have free WWW SAN. Changes to all Comodo wildcard certificates. Now, base domain not protected, only *.domain.com + ... Read More »

21st Jul 2017
Comodo API updates!

In response to changes in the CA/B Forum's 'Baseline Requirements' and Mozilla policy, Comodo has implemented revised Domain Control Verification methods and policies. Starting at 19th July Comodo activated new rules for HTTP/DNS validation. Email based DCV will remain the same process. DCV emails will however 'time out' after 30 days. HTTP(S) ... Read More »

21st Jul 2017
Important! About Comodo revoked orders

on 18th July 2017, Comodo revoked all affected orders from 3rd May - 11th May. All that orders were replaced on 12th May. If order is Active, than just reinstall latest files to your server, if processing, you need complete validation process. The history of the problem: As you may know, Comodo services were down for 20-hours starting at 7.00pm ... Read More »

18th Jul 2017
Important! API changes.

Starting from 15th JULY we would accept only 2 types of Server Software within API system.

Microsoft IIS 7.x and later - Comodo: 35
Microsoft IIS 7.x and later - GeoTrust: 13
OTHER - Comodo: -1
OTHER - Geotrust: 18

Select OTHER for any server software as there is no difference anymore. The exclusion are Windows servers.

2nd Jul 2017
No more 3-year SSL certificates, You can order 3-year SSL till 30-April 2018

No more 3 year licensing. The SSL industry is further shoring up their defenses, and doing away with 3 year certificate licesning terms on all SSL! Effective the 1 st March 2018, the new maximum permissible term on any and all certificates will be 2 years, well actually, to be specific 27 months. The 27 months comprises the initial 24 months ... Read More »

16th Jun 2017