Buy Comodo Positive Multi Domain SSL Certificate

The Multi Domain SSL Certificate is ideal for companies that have multiple domains. Such a secure socket layer (SSL) is the best option for websites with many sub domains. The Comodo Positive Multi Domain SSL Certificate saves these types of enterprises both time and money. With this category of SSL, you can quickly secure three (3) domains (or first level subdomains) with a single purchase.

If you require additional domain SSL certification, you can also opt for a more expansive plan. It will secure ninety seven (97) additional domains (or first level subdomains). We offer both options, all at a reduced price.

So, in short, you can secure 100 validated domains on a single digital certificate.

Why Comodo SSL?

Comodo makes it easy to manage SSL plans. Get your domain HTTPS secured with an affordable and domain validated SSL Certificate. Get top-tier Secure Sockets Layer protection with encryption up to 256-bits.

CA certificates are highly trusted SSL certificates. This certification grants you access to the signature browser padlock icon and trust indicator site seals for all your domains. The Comodo Positive SSL Multi Domain Certificate can usually be installed in 15 minutes or less.

You can also attain an additional level of online trust by validating the business identity and confirming that it is legit. This is helpful if your company wants to provide extra assurance to website visitors. They will know that you are who you claim to be. To receive additional verification, inquire about a Organization Validation (OV) SSL certificate from a certificate authority (CA).

  • Multi-domain security and encryption at an affordable price

  • Domain Validation for three (3) domains; validate up to 97 additional domains

  • Secure Sockets Layer Encryption (up to 256-bit)

  • Usually validated in 15 minutes

  • Padlock address bar icon and trust indicator website seal

Why Comodo SSL?
Multi Domain Certificate

Multi Domain Certificate

Individuals and brands that have many domains and subdomains should consider Comodo positivessl multi domain for their website certification.

Our Comodo CA signed certificate is perfect for ensuring that you and your website visitors are safe. It guarantees both safety from hackers and a high level of security for transactions that take place on your site. Sensitive information such as credit card numbers will be protected with Positivessl EV.

For domains that are successfully certified, an SSL lock icon will be displayed in the web browser. This lock icon will communicate that the website connection is secure, and encrypted using HTTPS.

If you need a green padlock for your website you can check out our EV SSL Certificates. This padlock is a key website safety tool that many customers look for when browsing the web.

Comodo Positive SSL Multi Domain

This type of SSL will allow you affordable access to multi domain encryption. It’s perfect if you have many websites. This way you can encrypt your whole web portfolio.

All Features

Brand Comodo
Domains 3 - 100
Great for Ecommerce
Validation Domain (DV)
Paperwork yes
Local Domains no
Mobile Support yes
Assurance Low
Refund 15 days
Warranty $10,000.00
Browser Support 99.9%
Reissues Free, unlimited
Key Length from 2048
Encryption up to 256-bit

Comodo Positive SSL Certificate Multi-domain

Get encryption and multi-domain validation for increased website security!


Domain Validation Certificate

Comodo will confirm multiple domain ownership digitally before issuing a Comodo Positive SSL. Domain validated certificates are typically issued in under 15 minutes.


Multi-Domain Security

Comodo Positive SSL provides encryption for up to 100 domain names. Organize your domains and save money, while securing confidential data for your businesses.


$10,000 Warranty

Comodo Positive SSL Certificate includes a $10,000 Warranty. This refers to the amount that Comodo will pay your customers. In case they incur any losses due an improperly issued SSL.


Free Site Seal and Padlock

Comodo Positive SSL Certificate includes a free web browser padlock and trust indicator Site Seal. The visual stamp will be shown on websites to communicate security and trustworthiness.

No Paperwork

Get a Comodo Positive SSL Certificate with easy electronic validation. The entire process can be done seamlessly online. All instructions, information and necessary keys will be sent by email.

30 Days Refund Policy

Comodo Positive SSL Certificate comes with a 30 Days Refund Policy. This gives you time to confirm that you've purchased the right SSL for your site.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

  • What is a SSL (Secure Socket Layer Protocol)?

    An SSL is a security platform that establishes a secure connection between a search engine and a browser. Search engines will often only consider websites that have SSL Certificates. This means that it’s harder to promote your website if it is not encrypted by a reputable SSL.
    If your website is secured by positive SSL, it will have an advantage. With proper certification, your domain can rank higher than websites that are deemed secure or encrypted.
    In computer security termin, the ‘root certificate’ recognizes a root certificate authority that is made accessible via a public key. This information is made available to anyone who wants to verify the identity of the certificate holder. The private key is used to both encrypt and decrypt the data. Only the sender and receiver of the encrypted sensitive information have access to this private key.
    SSL protocol verifies that the website connection is secure. The SSL protocol is essential for protecting any information exchange between a person and a website.

  • Why do I need an SSL?

    An SSL is like an electronic identity card. Similar to a driver’s license, an SSL is effectively a safety license for your website to exist. Sure, you can drive without a license, but most would not trust you behind the wheel. An SSL provides credibility and trust for your brand, which is crucial for running and growing a business.
    Next time you browse the web, be sure to hover over the padlock browser icon on any certified website. Once you do, you will notice a list of key details regarding the domain’s encryption and certification. This padlock will provide details on the issuing authority of the certificate and expiration date.

    When clicking the padlock, you’ll be able to find the following information:

    • Name of certificate holder/ Region of organization

    • Digital Signature of the CA

    • Serial number of SSL and expiration date)

    • Certificate holder’s public key

  • Is an SSL required for Google?

    While an SSL is not officially required for your website to exist. Browsers like Google will not recognize your website without one. In fact, Google may instead flag your website if it is not encrypted. With every browser update it is more challenging for non-encrypted websites to get traffic and rank on their search engines.

Requirements: How do I get the SSL?

To expedite the secure socket layer issuance process. You’re required to have the correct contact information on the Whois database for your domain. If your information is not up-to-date, make the necessary corrections before applying for an SSL Certificate. You also must have a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) generated on your web server.


SSL certificates must be installed on your web server before SSL Certificates can become active. End to end SSL installation support is possible only in cases where the domain is hosted with GPD Host.

If your domain is hosted with another provider, please contact that provider's support team. They can assist you with CSR generation and SSL Certificate installation. You may also contact our sales and support team.

If you would prefer to transfer and host your domain with GPD Host as your end to end provider. Speak to one of our customer service reps and we can transfer your domain over.

Selected SSL Certificate requests may be identified and selected for additional validation. This process is done by the Certificate Authority as a necessary security measure. The issuing of the SSL Certificate can be delayed by the Certificate Authority if the request is flagged for validation.