For the past two decades, Comodo CA has provided digital identity solutions to both enterprises and small businesses, issuing more than 100 million SSL certificates across 200 countries. Now, Comodo CA has rebranded as Sectigo.
By rebranding, Sectigo is establishing itself as a separate entity from its predecessor, the Comodo Group, and emphasizing its expansion beyond SSL. The change marks a renewed commitment to innovation, digital transformation, and service.
Sectigo’s mission is “to be the world’s most trusted, innovative, and customer-centric partner for protecting organizations’ identities, web presence and connected devices – from the biggest brands to the smallest websites – so they can secure today and seize their tomorrow.”
Watch their journey from Comodo CA to Sectigo:
If you’re an Enom retail customer who has purchased a Comodo SSL certificate(s) through Enom, there’s nothing you need to do. Your Comodo certificate(s) will remain trusted and valid until they expire.
If you resell SSL certificates through Enom, you’ll find everything you need to know below.
Here’s what resellers need to know
This rebrand will not affect existing products and Comodo Authority roots will remain trusted. You’ll soon start seeing certificates issued by Sectigo instead of Comodo CA, however, the rebrand is happening gradually— you might still see specific certificates issued by Comodo CA during the transition.
The specs for all certificates will remain the same, however the certificate names will change to reflect the new Sectigo brand instead of Comodo. We’ve created a Product Name Changes Chart to clarify the old and new product names.
You might also find Sectigo’s FAQ to provide a helpful overview.
What changes is Enom making?
We will be making a few minor changes as a result of this rebrand:
- We are updating enom.com and our UI to display the new Sectigo brand and product names, removing mention of Comodo.
- In early 2019, we will update the API, and other integration platforms and tools to reflect the new certificate names.
For API users – any future API changes will be backwards compatible. You can continue to use the same “comodo” services parameter values you do today — the Sectigo equivalent will be provisioned.
Do Enom resellers need to take action?
As mentioned, this rebrand will not impact how you register and manage Comodo/Sectigo SSL certificates through Enom. However, we recommend making a few front-end adjustments as you see fit:
- Update any references to the Comodo brand on your website to Sectigo.
- If you market specific Comodo certificates to your customers, please ensure you update the product names.
To help you with this, Sectigo has put together a partner resource page with their new logo, brand guidelines, and other marketing assets.
Have additional questions?
You can visit sectigo.com to find more information about this rebrand or chat with one of their representatives.
If you have any questions or concerns about Enom’s’ implementation of this rebrand, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly at email@example.com.