Where is the most profitable place to buy SSL certificate

Started by neelseofast, Sep 30, 2022, 07:03 AM

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neelseofastTopic starter

I apologize if there is such a topic. Couldn't find it through the search. Three letters are not enough, but a hyphen finds the wrong thing at all.
I want to purchase a good SSL certificate at the lowest price. Please tell me where based on your experience.


https://www.ssls.com / I took it for myself here, it doesn't bite at the price.
www.startssl.com - free of charge.
You can also do it for free. 90 days, as I understand it. Let's Encrypt Although it doesn't say anything in English about deadlines. There is no such data on the Let's Encrypt website either.
The most profitable way is to get a free certificate from the Chinese (https://buy.wosign.com/free/?lan=en). Free of charge, full support by all browsers (including old ones), issued for 2 years.

Gregor Bishop

If you took a domain where there is no free SSL certificate, then this means that this is a lousy company, or, in their package, a certificate is given only on an advanced package. In any case, I suggest turning to ssls.com. If you have 1 domain, then the certificate will cost $3.88 per year, and if there are more than five, then it is better to take the advanced package, which implies an unlimited number of certificates.
If you need something more professional, then go to ispmanager.com, but the price is much higher.


There are certificates for 1 and 2 years. The term is limited and small for security reasons — with the reissue, SSL receives updates. It is usually more profitable to order a two-year SSL certificate, the cost per year is cheaper.

Where to buy:
Certification centers: Digicert, GeoTrust, Comodo, Thawte, etc.
Partners of the centers: Leaders, ISPsystem, etc.
Partners are cheaper, because it is more profitable for the centers to sell through them. And often partners are hosting providers. Check if yours also sells SSL.

Comodo recently required registration in the international D& B database (Dun & Bradstreet), and this is paid and costs about $300. Now Comodo has taken pity and asks for a Google account for My business, for organizations under 3 years old, he asks for sure.
What will happen tomorrow or with another center is unknown. But be prepared to send a notarized letter or add a phone number to the Unified State Register of Legal Entities.