Domain Validated SSL Certificates for Single Domains
We offer options to secure individual domains with an SSL certificate that is only domain validated. A domain-validated SSL certificate only verifies that you are in control of the domain at the time of purchase.
HostGator Domain-Validated SSL Certificates for Individual Domains:
Positive SSL and Sectigo SSL Certificates
HostGator is pleased to offer you two options for SSL certificates. Each protects your site with 2048 bit signatures and up to 256-bit encryption, and each can be ordered for up to three years.
The Positive SSL and Sectigo SSL certificates are designed to cover a single domain (like example.com) or subdomain (like secure.example.com):
|Address Bar Color|
|Price (1 year)||$39.99||$99.99|
The Positive SSL
The Positive SSL certificate is our most affordable option but offers strong protection for your information and includes Sectigo's $10,000 limited warranty.
The Sectigo SSL
The Sectigo SSL certificate also protects your data with the same security as the Positive SSL. However, each Sectigo SSL comes with a $250,000 limited warranty against unauthorized transactions to give your visitors that extra measure of reassurance.
Free Positive SSL Certificate
All Linux Business Hosting and Windows Enterprise Hosting Packages include a Positive SSL Certificate provided by Sectigo, which is free when requested yearly. You may also request your free Positive SSL for multiple years to avoid needing to renew it for an additional fee:
|Free Positive SSL|
|Price (1 year)||Free|
Need to know how the renewal goes? Click this article for more information on SSL Certificate Renewal.
If you have a Linux Hatchling or Baby, or Windows Personal Plan, you may upgrade your hosting plan through your Portal to take advantage of the Free Positive SSL Certificate. How Do I Upgrade My Account to a Better Plan?
Once you have the Business (for Linux) or Enterprise (for Windows) plan, you can request for the Positive SSL certificate directly from your Customer Portal at NO charge. See the following article for the step by step directions: