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The use of single sign-on and multifactor authentication for accessing the Comodo Certificate Manager is available to any subscriber that also operates an Identity Provider in the InCommon Federation. See this wiki page for details.
The InCommon Certificate Service
The InCommon Certificate Service, created by and for the higher education community, provides unlimited server and client certificates at one low fee.
- Unlimited certificates
- Pricing based on Carnegie classification (see the full fee schedule on our web site)
- Internet2 members receive a 25 percent discount
Types of Certificates Available
- SSL/TLS Certificates
- Extended Validation (EV) CertificatesEV and Anchor Certificates
- Client (Personal) Certificates
- Code Signing Certificates
- IGTF Server Certificates
- ECC (Elliptical Curve Cryptography) Certificates
- Certificate Manager status page is here.
- 2018 Webinar - Survey Results, Work Plan, Comodo plan for ACME support
- InCommon Certificate Service 2018 Survey Results Summary
- The Certificate Service 2017 Work Plan
- Frequently Asked Questions about the InCommon Certificate Service
- InCommon Certificate Manager Administrator and User Guides (hosted at Comodo's support site).
- Technical details on all the certificate types offered by the InCommon Certificate Service
- General use case descriptions for client certificates including the special University of Texas Use Case
- The Client Certificate Deployment Roadmap from the PKI Subcommittee
The cert-users email list provides a forum for questions/answers/comments about the InCommon Certificate Service. To join, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following in the subject of the message: sub cert-users FirstName LastName. You can use the list archives (you must be a list member) to search for previously asked questions.