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Affordable SSL/TLS Certs of Trusted Certificate Authorities

CerteraSSLCerteraSSL Member, Patron Provider

Encrypt your website with reputed and trusted SSL/TLS Certificates from CAs. Certera is a modern certificate authority and trusted SSL/TLS provider and cyber security service provider.

Trusted Brands We have:

Certera SSL/TLS Certs Start at Just $2.99/Yr (5-Year pricing)
Comodo SSL/TLS Certs Start at Just $7.49/Yr (5 Year pricing)
Sectigo SSL/TLS Certs Start at Just $7.49/Yr(5 Year pricing)
RapidSSL Certificates Start at Just $16.66/YR (3-Year pricing)
Thawte SSL/TLS Certificates Start at $50.00/Yr (3-Year pricing)
GeoTrust SSL/TLS Certificates Start at $73.00/Yr (3-Year pricing)
DigiCert SSL/TLS Certificates Start at $225.13/Yr (3-Year pricing)

Why Choose Certera?
Trusted Provider and Sub-CA
30-Days Easy Refund
24/7 Technical Support
Affordable Pricing

Comments

  • @CerteraSSL said:
    Certera is a modern certificate authority and trusted SSL/TLS provider...

    [Certera SSL/TLS Certs] Start at Just $2.99/Yr (5-Year pricing)

    One question, if you don't mind:
    Your own certs, which you issue to the clients are all signed with the Certera DV SSL CA certificate (valid not before Wed, 07 Sep 2022)?

  • I didn’t realise people still pay for SSL

    Thanked by 3lzy666 10thHouse tentor
  • JosephFJosephF Member

    What benefit is their to use a paid SSL versus a free SSL?

    Is there any practical difference between one paid SSL brand versus another paid SSL brand?

    Thanked by 2lzy666 10thHouse
  • LeviLevi Member
    edited June 7

    @allthemtings said:
    I didn’t realise people still pay for SSL

    Usually those who use ssl in restricted network. But industry standard is to use 1-year max of cert. So 3-year certs are unpopular.

    Thanked by 1lzy666
  • xprebounxpreboun Member
    edited June 7

    @Levi said:
    industry standard is to use 1-year max of cert. So 3-year certs are unpopular.

    It's not unpopular... Due to CA/B restrictions the CA can only issue certs with 1 year (3x8 days) validity, so 3 year certs are a promissory note where the buyer need to regenerate/reissue certificate once a year.

    Some CAs used to sell 5 year certs (of 1 year validity), however I think Digicert and other Root CA operators begin to scale back in account for the upcoming 90 days certificate validity restrictions (Google or other would vote for it on a CA/B forum meeting in the future)

  • xprebounxpreboun Member
    edited June 7

    @CerteraSSL Since you are a relatively new provider, can you share what would happen in case your company went out while there are still 3 years / 5 years certificate active? Is there some other CAs going to take over and resume operations or the clients would be doomed?

  • CerteraSSLCerteraSSL Member, Patron Provider

    @DataRecovery said:

    @CerteraSSL said:
    Certera is a modern certificate authority and trusted SSL/TLS provider...

    [Certera SSL/TLS Certs] Start at Just $2.99/Yr (5-Year pricing)

    One question, if you don't mind:
    Your own certs, which you issue to the clients are all signed with the Certera DV SSL CA certificate (valid not before Wed, 07 Sep 2022)?

    Yes, Because the intermediate certificate for Certera was issued on 07 September 2022. therefore the validity of the intermediate certificate starts from 07 September 2022 and is valid upto 07 September 2032.

  • CerteraSSLCerteraSSL Member, Patron Provider

    @xpreboun said:
    @CerteraSSL Since you are a relatively new provider, can you share what would happen in case your company went out while there are still 3 years / 5 years certificate active? Is there some other CAs going to take over and resume operations or the clients would be doomed?

    @xpreboun said:
    @CerteraSSL Since you are a relatively new provider, can you share what would happen in case your company went out while there are still 3 years / 5 years certificate active? Is there some other CAs going to take over and resume operations or the clients would be doomed?

    Yes, We are a new provider (since 2022), but not just a provider; we are a sub-ca of Sectigo, so as a certificate authority, you can trust that we won't go down. You can relax while purchasing and after purchase.

  • xprebounxpreboun Member

    @CerteraSSL said:
    Yes, We are a new provider (since 2022), but not just a provider; we are a sub-ca of Sectigo, so as a certificate authority, you can trust that we won't go down. You can relax while purchasing and after purchase.

    Thank you for getting back to me!
    I also reached out to Sectigo and this is their comment. TLDR, it's safe to buy from Certera.

  • @CerteraSSL how about any promocode for LET users?

  • CerteraSSLCerteraSSL Member, Patron Provider

    @SashkaPro said:
    @CerteraSSL how about any promocode for LET users?

    As you can see on our website, prices are affordable, and we occasionally launch deals or special offers!

    But still, you can reach out to our support; in case of any custom requirement or big order, we often offer some discounts!

    Thanked by 2SashkaPro 10thHouse
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