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Cheap SSL Certificates at $2.99 Per Year from CheapSSLWeb.com
cheapsslweb Member, Patron Provider
edited February 9 in Offers
CheapSSLweb.com offers the cheapest SSL certificates at $2.99 per year from top Certificate Authorities such as Comodo, Sectigo, and Certera with 24/7 live chat support. We have a wide range of SSL certificates such as DV, OV, EV, Wildcard SSL Certificate, Multi-Domain SSL, and Multi-Domain Wildcard Certificates.
Here is the list of cheap SSL certificates from CheapSSLWeb.com.
- Certera SSL Certificate at $2.99
- Comodo Positive SSL at $4.99
- Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard at $33.99
- Certera SSL Wildcard Certificate at $29.99
- Comodo Essential SSL Wildcard at $49.99
- Positive Multi-Domain SSL at $14.99
- Positive Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL at $99
The Benefits of having a Cheap SSL certificate from CheapSSLWeb.com.
- Unlimited Server Licenses
- Unlimited Reissuances
- 24/7 Live Technical Support
- 30 Days Money Back Assurance
- Free Site Seal
For more details, visit our website https://cheapsslweb.com
On your website it says $4.99
yes, comodo positive ssl at $4.99, however you can buy certera SSL at $2.99
Did you edit the post? Or I read something wrongly 😅
First time to see this CA, could you post a complete certificate chain for Certera?
Yes, I did edit post because by mistake I added certera pricing in Comodo Positive SSL. Though $4.99 is still the cheapest one
Quote from their (Certera) web page:
So what you actually get seems to be a let's encrypt cert but with some kind of interface, management, etc.
Would I personally buy it? Definitely not. But it might actually be interesting for some people.
Certera is an official CA. Here is the certificate chain of Certera.
Support old version android?
Yes, it does support old version of Android.
Is there a test website that has an Certera SSL installed for me to visit ?
We use wildcard Certera version, works great https://demo.onlinebillingform.com/order
Great , it also works fine on my device Android 10.
seems like cheap isnt cheap enough
Don't get high on your own supply.
fun fact indeed.
Can't come up with a reason for low end people to pay for a tls cert.
Sadly, the $2.99 pricing is valid only if someone order it for 5 year period. (2.99*5, 14.95USD)
The Certera SSL is $6.49 for one year.
Huh? So "Buy certs from us! (But we ourselves do not)" looks OK for you?
Let's turn this around and state: If a free let's encrypt cert is good enough for a cert seller, it should be damn good enough for end-users too (-> less or no business for said cert seller).
To avoid misunderstandings, I'm in no way against @cheapsslweb and neither against paid certs; in fact I occasionally buy a cert myself but I'm for truth, too, so I pointed out that those certs actually are just "wrapped" free let's encrypt certs.
Added the ending sarcasm html tag but it filters those out so here you go.</s>
This is what a low-end talk has become: discussion around offers and paying for something which is already free.