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Comodo CA Opens a New Office in Canada

To meet the needs of our customers, we're pleased to announce that we've expanded our global presence with a new office in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. This move reflects our explosive growth, which includes 45 percent year-over-year growth in channel and partner business.
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Trustico® Abandons Symantec® TLS/SSL Certificates – Offers Comodo CA Certificates Instead

Companies are feeling the impact of the looming browser warnings and are moving quickly. Companies like Trustico aren’t taking any chances, and just announced that effective immediately, it will no longer offer Symantec branded SSL Certificates.
 
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Large Financial Institution Partners with Comodo CA to Diversify Security Portfolio

Enterprise organizations are under attack. With ever-growing and evolving malware attacks, cybercrime and related threats, there is an increased need for the protection of digital information, network traffic encryption and enhanced trust in websites. To meet these challenges, one of the largest U.S. financial institutions selected Comodo CA to diversify options available to its enterprise customers while delivering multiple certificate options with competitive pricing, superior support, and a streamlined certificate ordering process.

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Comodo CA Surpasses 100 Million Issued Website Certificates

Comodo CA has reached a significant milestone, having issued more than 100 million digital website certificates.

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Changes Coming to Comodo CA Certificate Lifetime Policies

Beginning March 1, 2018, Comodo CA will reduce the maximum lifetime for all TLS/SSL certificates to a maximum of 825 days, or just over 27-months. This timeline is down from the current term of 39-months, meaning the maximum validity for an SSL certificate will be two years. Three-year certificates will be removed as options from our retail website, API’s and provisioning portals.
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Google Browser Warnings: Be Sure Your Site is Secure

It’s no secret that Google has announced its distrust of certain SSL certificate issuers. As a result, Google, Mozilla and others are now displaying warnings, which can turn a would-be customer into a lost opportunity, leading to less traffic and less revenue.

These warnings will continue to escalate throughout the year, based on Google’s scheduled Chrome releases.

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