PositiveSSL is one of the most popular SSL certificates on the market, and for good reason.
Like all low-cost SSL solutions from Namecheap, PositiveSSL brings encryption, validation, and trustworthiness to your site.
What is positive SSL?
A Positive SSL is the most popular and inexpensive SSL Certificate introduced by the most trusted CA Comodo. It’s a domain validated SSL that can be issued by just verifying domain ownership. It’s the ideal entry level solution. The certificate is designed to encrypt website for low volume online transactions.
Do I need positive SSL?
Positive SSL is a basic domain validated SSL Certificate that encrypts your website by verifying your domain name only. An SSL Certificate is not necessary to install, but if you are really serious about your website as well as user’s security, I’ll recommend you to get it.
Does namecheap provide free SSL?
To ensure your site retains its “secure” status with Google, Namecheap will issue a free Comodo SSL Certificate. This SSL coverage is free for the remaining time of your original, non-Comodo certificate. No credit card or payment will be required to sign up for a free Comodo SSL, and there is no long-term commitment.
What is the difference between positive SSL and Comodo SSL?
The main difference between these two SSL certificates is, Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard certificate is generally used by small/medium level organizations or individuals whereas Comodo Essential SSL Certificate is generally used by large-scale organizations or individuals.
Is Positive SSL good?
Positive SSL is an excellent entry-level certificate, perfect for basic websites, blogs, online portfolios, and small businesses. Issued by Sectigo (formerly Comodo), one of the most popular Certificate Authorities worldwide, Positive SSL is the most affordable SSL product on the market.
What is free upgrade to Positive SSL?
PositiveSSL Free certificates are fully trusted DV SSL certificates that are valid for 30 days. This free trial certificate allows you to try before you buy and uses the same exact encryption and technology as a standard PositiveSSL certificate.