(Ping! Zine) – Comodo, a leading Internet security organization, announced today that it is offering a FREE annual subscription to HackerProof, a trustmark that is displayed on websites to build trust and confidence, with the purchase of any Comodo SSL Certificate.
Many studies have shown how a visual indicator that reminds visitors of their security helps improve sales conversion. Behind HackerProof is a powerful daily scanning engine that ensures HackerProof websites meet Comodo’s standards. The interactive trustmark provides up-to-date scanning information to visitors for added assurance.
“We are delighted to be able to offer our customers this FREE HackerProof service for up to a year,” said Alex Kehayias, Comodo e-commerce product manager. “Trust is an important part of e-commerce and this is an excellent way to make visitors confident in making purchases online.”
The Comodo HackerProof service provides customers with the most advanced designed trustmark available, which features exclusive technology to display on a website from the brand recognized around the world for security and trust. The HackerProof service includes daily vulnerability scanning that identifies security holes and ensures visitors the website meets HackerProof’s trustmark standards.
Comodo’s SSL Certificate, the most trusted 2048-bit Certificate, provides strong protection for years to come with the most trusted root keys. Comodo Certificates protect websites and networks with strong SSL encryption securing ecommerce transactions by managing Internet risks.
For e-commerce applications and sites where sensitive information is exchanged, Extended Validation (EV) Certificates deliver the highest level of trust to web site visitors. With EV SSL a site visitor’s address bar will turn green and display both an organization’s name and location confirming a site’s identity along with the Certificate Authority (CA) doing the verification according to standardized industry guidelines established by the CA/Browser Forum. This offer, effective immediately, applies to all Comodo SSL certificates except for trial certificates.