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Cheapest SSL-Certificates

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Bytefaker, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. Bytefaker

    Bytefaker Regular Member

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    Where can I buy the cheapest SSL certificate which is fully compatible to the major browsers?

    In the past I've used GoDaddy, but after I heared the elephant thing of the CEO I don't want support this company. Laught about this, but I think even as BH it's important to have some moral...

    So where can I find a valid (not self signed) SSL certificate < 39$?
     
  2. xpwizard

    xpwizard Junior Member

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    Namecheap... When you order a new domain, you can buy a "Comodo PositiveSSL SSL Certificate" for $1.99
     
  3. Bytefaker

    Bytefaker Regular Member

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    Thanks :) I totally overvied them.. It's not a new domain, its an existing one. But they cost 8-25$, but thats cheaper and NOT GoDaddy.
     
  4. dbyrn

    dbyrn Power Member

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    Take a look at greensslcertificates.com.

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  5. Bytefaker

    Bytefaker Regular Member

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    Thanks too, but my FF 4 displays a warning. Not the best point to start for a valid SSL cert if you ask me ;)
     
  6. xpwizard

    xpwizard Junior Member

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    Buy a $2.99 info domain, then add the ssl on for $1.99 = $5.00. (SSL doesn't have to be used for the domain you purchased).

    Not sure if you can use an ssl cert on a diff providers domain, but you can always ask the support.

    Also, you can't compare prices to godaddy if you don't want to go with them.