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  1. SSL/TLS Certificates
    1. Organizational Validation (OV) SSL/TLS Certificates
      • includes wild-card certificates
    2. Extended Validation (EV) SSL/TLS Certificates
      • issued directly by Comodo and subject to Comodo's domain vetting processes, terms and conditions, and CPS, but at no extra charge beyond the base InCommon certificate service fee
  2. Client Certificates
    1. Standard Assurance Client Certificates
      • three key usage types: signing-only, encryption-only, and dual-use
      • a centralized key escrow service is available at no extra charge
    2. Code-signing Certificates
    3. not yet available

Are there 1024-bit certificates? What about my current 1024-bit certs?

For security reasons, we no longer issue certificates with 1024-bit keys. Comodo will no longer accept Certificate Signing Requests generated with keys of less than 2048 bits. Existing 1024-key certificates may be used until they expire (but at your own risk of course).

Can I have my own private label CA?

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This functionality is anticipated for a later release of the program based upon demand from the InCommon community. Our agreement with Comodo allows for cross-signing of other CAs at an additional cost.

Can I use single sign-on to access the Comodo Certificate Manager?

Yes, if your organization has an identity provider in the InCommon Federation (you can check here), then your RAO can use SSO. Multifactor Authentication is required for use of SSO.

Questions about SSL/TLS Certificates

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