ActiveCheckout Selects ComodoActiveCheckout Selects Comodo
ActiveCheckout has finalized its offering of Comodo SSL Certificates and Hacker Guardian PCI Vulnerability Scanning services
June 26, 2007
JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Comodo, a global Certification Authority and leading provider of online Identity and Trust Assurance Management solutions, today announced that ActiveCheckout (www.activecheckout.com) has finalized its offering of Comodo SSL Certificates and Hacker Guardian PCI Vulnerability Scanning services.
"We strive everyday to improve our service by seeking new technology and new partnerships that will ultimately benefit our customers," said Anthony Jewell, ActiveCheckout Chief Technology Officer. "The addition of Comodo SSL certificates and HackerGuardian PCI vulnerability scanning services will greatly assist us in achieving this goal".
ActiveCheckout is a leading eCommerce Solutions provider offering eMerchants a complete portfolio of business critical web services including StoreFront creation, Webhosting, online fraud protection services, marketing tools and web design services.
The partnership will see ActiveCheckout offer Comodo's Industry leading SSL certificates - InstantSSL, Pro SSL, Premium SSL and Wildcard SSL solutions along with Comodo's HackerGuardian PCI vulnerability scanning services.
"The deployment of Comodo's SSL certificates and Hacker Guardian services will enable ActiveCheckout's customers to further enhance their online trust credentials and increase end-user confidence within online interactions", said James Langman, VP Business Development at Comodo. "We are extremely pleased that Active Checkout has selected Comodo as the provider of these critical services".
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