Changes

Yes, you can change the company name that your SSL Certificate is issued to. The procedure involves the reconfiguration and reissue of your SSL Certificate, and there are some additional steps if you have a Business Validation or Extended Validation Certificate.

Domain Validation SSL Certificates

You can reissue your SSL Certificate from your SSL Dragon account by following the next steps:
1) Log into your SSL Dragon account;
2) Go to Services -> My Services;
4) You will see the list of products which you bought from SSL Dragon. Click on the SSL Certificate which you would like to reissue;
5) Click on the “Reissue certificate” button on the left side (see the screenshot on the right);
6) Reconfigure your SSL Certificate. As a part of the reconfiguration, please create a new CSR code and enter the new company name, locality (city or town), state or province and country in it.
7) After reconfiguring your SSL Certificate, you will have to pass the Domain Validation again.

For Domain Validation SSL Certificates, your SSL Certificate will be reissued for the new domain name after you pass the domain validation successfully.

Business Validation SSL Certificates

To change the company name in your Business Validation SSL Certificate, you have to go through the same reconfiguration and domain validation process as described under the “Domain Validation” section above. After that, you have to pass the entire Business Validation process again, so as the Certificate Authority needs to verify the legal existence of your new company, and your company’s phone number. You can read how to pass the Business Validation process at this link.

Your BV SSL Certificate will be reissued for the new company name after you pass the Business Validation process again.

Extended Validation SSL Certificates

To change the company name in your Extended Validation SSL Certificate, you have to go through the same reconfiguration and domain validation process as described under the “Domain Validation” section above. After that, you have to pass the entire Extended Validation process again, so as the Certificate Authority needs to verify the legal existence of your new company, and your company’s phone number. You can read how to pass the Extended Validation process at this link.

Your EV SSL Certificate will be reissued for the new company name after you pass the Business Validation process again.

Yes, you can change the domain name that your SSL Certificate is issued to. The procedure involves the reconfiguration and reissue of your SSL Certificate, and there are some additional steps if you have a Business Validation or Extended Validation Certificate.

Domain Validation SSL Certificates

You can reissue your SSL Certificate from your SSL Dragon account by following the next steps:
1) Log into your SSL Dragon account;
2) Go to Services -> My Services;
4) You will see the list of products which you bought from SSL Dragon. Click on the SSL Certificate which you would like to reissue;
5) Click on the “Reissue certificate” button on the left side (see the screenshot on the right);
6) Reconfigure your SSL Certificate. As a part of the reconfiguration, please create a new CSR code and enter the new domain name in it.
7) After reconfiguring your SSL Certificate, you will have to pass the Domain Validation again.

For Domain Validation SSL Certificates, your SSL Certificate will be reissued for the new domain name after you pass the domain validation successfully.

Business Validation SSL Certificates

To change the domain name in your Business Validation SSL Certificate, you have to go through the same reconfiguration and domain validation process as described under the “Domain Validation” section above. After that, you have to contact the Certificate Authority, to provide them your “Partner Order ID”, and tell them that you reissued your SSL Certificate for a new domain name. They might schedule a callback verification with you, and your SSL Certificate will be reissued within 1 business day after that.

partner-order-idYou can find your “Partner Order ID” on the details page of your SSL Certificate inside your SSL Dragon account. See screenshot on the right.

You can find the contact information for all Certificate Authorities that we work with at this link.

Extended Validation SSL Certificates

To change the domain name in your Extended Validation SSL Certificate, you have to go through the same reconfiguration and domain validation process as described under the “Domain Validation” section above.

After that, you have to contact the Certificate Authority, to provide them your “Partner Order ID”, and tell them that you reissued your SSL Certificate for a new domain name. They will schedule a callback verification with you, and your SSL Certificate will be reissued within 1 business day after that.

partner-order-idYou can find your “Partner Order ID” on the details page of your SSL Certificate inside your SSL Dragon account. See screenshot on the right.

You can find the contact information for all Certificate Authorities that we work with at this link.

For Comodo EV SSL Certificates only, you also have to download the following two forms, fill them in, and enter the new domain name that you reissued your SSL certificate for, and then sign them.
– EV Certificate Request Form
EV SSL Subscriber Agreement
You will need to scan and provide these two documents to Comodo Validation by contacting Comodo at https://www.comodoca.com/en-us/support/. Click on “Submit a ticket here”, select Validation Department and submit your request. Please mention your “Partner Order ID” in your message.

We allow you to reissue your SSL Certificate for various reasons. You may want to change your domain name, your company name, or maybe you changed servers and you were given another CSR which was generated on your new server, or you lost your Private Key and you need to get a new Private Key based on a new CSR that you generated.

Domain Validation SSL Certificates

reissue_ssl_certificateYou can reissue your SSL Certificate from your SSL Dragon account by following the next steps:
1) Log into your SSL Dragon account;
2) Go to Services -> My Services;
4) You will see the list of products which you bought from SSL Dragon. Click on the SSL Certificate which you would like to reissue;
5) Click on the “Reissue certificate” button on the left side (see the screenshot on the right);
6) Reconfigure your SSL Certificate. As a part of the reconfiguration, you will have to enter a new CSR code.
7) After reconfiguring your SSL Certificate, you will have to pass the Domain Validation again.

For Domain Validation SSL Certificates, your SSL Certificate will be reissued after you pass the domain validation successfully.

Business Validation SSL Certificates

To reissue a Business Validation SSL Certificate, you have to go through the same reconfiguration and domain validation process as described under the “Domain Validation” section above. After that, you have to contact the Certificate Authority, to provide them your “Partner Order ID”, and tell them that you reissued your SSL Certificate. They might (or might not) schedule a callback verification with you, and your SSL Certificate will be reissued within 1 business day after that.

partner-order-idYou can find your “Partner Order ID” on the details page of your SSL Certificate inside your SSL Dragon account. See screenshot on the right.

You can find the contact information for all Certificate Authorities that we work with at this link.

Extended Validation SSL Certificates

To reissue an Extended Validation SSL Certificate, you have to go through the same reconfiguration and domain validation process as described under the “Domain Validation” section above.

After that, you have to contact the Certificate Authority, to provide them your “Partner Order ID”, and tell them that you reissued your SSL Certificate. They might (or might not) schedule a callback verification with you, and your SSL Certificate will be reissued within 1 business day after that.

partner-order-idYou can find your “Partner Order ID” on the details page of your SSL Certificate inside your SSL Dragon account. See screenshot on the right.

You can find the contact information for all Certificate Authorities that we work with at this link.