We offer SSL certificates from the following trusted, industry leading SSL certificate vendor Comodo.
Addon domains are available for multi domain SSL certificates. Please see the product page in the shopping cart for pricing.
What is an SSL Certificate?
An SSL Certificate is a piece of unique code attached to a website that provides secure communications between your computer's web browser and the web site. You can think of SSL certificates like sealing an envelope before mailing it to someone. It prevents untrusted sources from tempering with your communications. 207 Hosts has partnered with Comodo to provide you with SSL certificates at a discounted annual fee.
Do I need an SSL Certificate for my website or server?
What are the differences between the SSL Certificates?
SSL certificates come in different versions. The more expensive SSL certificates shows visitors of your website more trust, that you went through a rigorous process to get the SSL Certificate to prove who your company is and why your company required an SSL certificate. Higher end certificates also enable features like Green Address Bar in modern web browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Here is a brief overview of the different SSL certificates that we offer:
What is the cost for an SSL Certificate?
There is an annual fee to purchase a SSL Certificate. Please view the table at the top of the page for pricing.
Can I purchase a SSL Certificate elsewhere and use it with your webhosting services?
Yes. You will need to provide the SSL certificate and bundled CA certificate to our support department in order for us to install it on our servers.
Once I have purchased a SSL Certificate through 207 Hosts, how to I make changes to it or reissue it?
If you have purchased an SSL Certificate through 207 Hosts, then you can log into your Client Portal to make changes to your SSL certificate. Once logged in, click on Products and Services. You'll be shown a list of current products and services you have purchased at 207 Hosts. Click on the SSL certificate that you need to make changes to. If you have forgotten your client portal login information, please contact our Support department for assistance.
For additional commonly asked questions and answers about SSL certificates, please visit our Knowledgebase. If you still have questions, please contact our Support department for assistance.