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Secure Your Website with an SSL Certificate

Offer safe and encrypted communications to protect your website and visitors. With our SSL Certificates, you can increase brand confidence and boost your search engine results.

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  • Data encryption
  • SEO Boost
  • Customer trust
  • Lock in the address bar
  • Secure warning error in Google Chrome

Lifetime SSL



  • Provided for a Lifetime
  • Type: Standard LE SSL
  • Encryption: 256 bit
  • Client data secured
  • SEO improvement
  • Lock in the address bar
  • 30 days money-back guarantee
  • Compliant with PCI DSS

Comodo PositiveSSL



  • Provided for a year
  • Type: Comodo PositiveSSL
  • Encryption: 256 bit
  • Client data secured
  • SEO improvement
  • Lock in the address bar
  • 30 days money-back guarantee
  • Compliant with PCI DSS
  • Relying party warranty: $50,000

What is the difference between Comodo PositiveSSL and Lifetime SSL?

The Lifetime SSL Activation plan is a one-time fee and is valid for an indefinite period of time. It's a standard security digital certificate that's automatically renewed and is completely free.

The Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate plan is an annual charge that includes additional website security competences. A Relying Party Warranty is also available from Comodo PositiveSSL, which ensures reimbursement if the Secure Sockets Layer protection fails.

For the connection between your https web address server and your visitors, both security technologies provide robust encryption. They do, however, differ somewhat in terms of characteristics. The Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate plan, for example, comes with a technical support team, administration tools, and a Comodo Secure site seal, but the Comodo Lifetime SSL Certificate plan does not.

What is the difference between Comodo PositiveSSL and Lifetime SSL?

What Is the Purpose of an SSL Certificate?

Build trust

Aside from the added HTTPS in the website's address bar, our SSL Certificates works up a padlock in your https web address, indicating to users that your website is secured. This naturally develops confidence in online businesses since clients will know their data will be protected on your site.

Build trust

Improve your Google ranking

One of Google's major ranking variables is web security. A functional HTTPS prefix at the beginning of a secured site's URL indicates to the search engine that the website employs data encryption to safeguard sensitive information. This encourages Google to give SSL-certified websites a higher ranking in search results, resulting in more inbound visitors.

Improve your Google ranking

Comply with PCI DSS standards

PCI Security Standards, which include SSL certification, must be followed by online firms that accept digital payments and deal with visitors' credentials. Your company website would be putting your visitors at danger and failing to fulfill the relevant standards if it did not provide trustworthy security.

Comply with PCI DSS standards

Secure client data

Our SSL Certificates employ 256-bit encryption, which is the industry standard for data security to keep user data secure. This degree of encryption protects any private information communicated between you and your guests from prying eyes and unwelcome third parties.

Secure client data

SSL Certificates and How They Work

An SSL certificate establishes a secure internet connection between your website and its users using SSL protocol securing user data by encrypting internet traffic. It is unbreakable by unauthorized users, ensuring that all login credentials, personal information, and payment card information are protected from hackers and criminals.


Establishing a connection

When a visitor wants to access your site, their browser asks for the identification of the site. Once the certificate is installed, your website will shift from HTTP to HTTPS, indicating to the browser that the connection is safe. If the visitor's browser recognizes and accepts the SSL certificate authority issued, your website will be validated as safe and a secure and encrypted connection will be requested.


Data Encryption

Once a secure connection is created, all data transferred between the visitor’s browser and your website will be encrypted using 256-bit encryption. Only the approved parties (the visitor’s browser and your website) will have the SSL encryption key, allowing safe and secure decryption.


Visual indicators

Visitors can immediately recognize a website with an SSL certificate since it has many visual indications. The URL of the website will have a padlock icon and an HTTPS prefix, indicating that it is secure. You can also display a site seal to boost credibility, depending on the SSL certificate.

SSL Certificates FAQs

Frequently asked questions concerning our SSL certificates and plans are answered here.

SSL (SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (TLS stands for Transport Layer Security) security protocol to a website. Encrypting the connection between the website and the http server is its primary objective.

SSL certificates have an impact on brand credibility and SEO ranking in addition to the encryption and online security benefits they provide.

SSL certificates, which demonstrate the organization's commitment to website security measures, are preferred by search engines and users for public-facing websites. Both consumers and search engines expect to see this necessary safety standard.

Check if a padlock icon appears before your domain name in the browser's address bar to discover if your website is secured by an SSL certificate. If it does, you may be certain that your site is protected.

There are three types of SSL certificates, depending on the amount of validation:

Domain Validation (DV SSL certificate): For tiny websites, DV Certificate is the most popular SSL certificate. The certificate authorities will only ask you to verify ownership through email, phone, or DNS record under DV certificates.

Organization Validation (OV SSL certificate): The OV certificates come with a medium validation level. The webmaster's site, organization name, contact information, and address are normally verified by the certificate authority.

Extended Validation (EV SSL certificate): The greatest degree of validation is provided by these certificates. The certificate authority will undertake rigorous background investigations on the respective owners of EV SSL certificates in order to validate their website and company.

There are many sorts of SSL/TLS certificates based on the number of domains they can protect, in addition to the validation level:

Single Domain SSL Certificate: It safeguards only one domain and its subdirectories.

Wildcard SSL Certificates: They are wildcard SSL certificates that protects a single domain as well as all of its subdomains.

Multi-Domain SSL Certificate: As indicated in the Certificate Signing Request, multi domain SSL certificates secures multiple domains that are unconnected to one another (CSR).

To pick the correct SSL certificate for website, consider the purpose of your https websites and how much sensitive data it will handle and then decide the SSL certificate for the website.

In actuality, all SSL/TLS protection levels give the same amount of encryption. Higher levels of validation, on the other hand, may benefit some entities more since they can provide stronger proof of validity to their visitors.

A single SSL certificate with Domain Validation (DV) will adequate for blogs and personal websites. Organization Validation (OV) SSL certificates, on the other hand, are appropriate for medium-sized businesses.

Extended Validation: EV SSL certificate are required for websites that handle large volumes of sensitive data, such as banks or government web server. Because firms with EV SSL certification go through a more rigorous vetting process, visitors will feel entirely comfortable entering critical information.

If you choose Premium or Business Shared hosting, you will receive the following benefits. One of the perks of Hostinger's cloud hosting or WordPress hosting is a free SSL/TLS certificate. This is a fantastic alternative for website owners who want to join up with a new web hosting provider while they work on getting their SSL/TLS certification.

Regardless matter whether you acquire a Lifetime SSL Certificate or a Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate, both certificates will be activated within minutes of completion.

Please contact our customer success team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you have any issues concerning your purchase.

Automatic renewal is included with all of our SSL Certificates, so you won't have to purchase another plan manually.

If you purchase a Lifetime SSL Certificate, Hostinger will automatically renew it for you at no cost. The Comodo PositiveSSL plan also has an auto-renewal option, and you'll be invoiced for the yearly SSL certificate price automatically.

Google considers website security to be a significant ranking factor. If your website is protected by an SSL/TLS certificate, it has a significantly better chance of showing at the top of the search results.

You may install a different SSL provider using our web hosting control panel if you like. Simply follow the simple steps outlined in our custom SSL certificate installation tutorial to get it up and running quickly.