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InCommon Certificate Service

Overview
Description:
Eligible subscribers: Any higher education institution with its primary location in the United States, and that qualifies for a primary domain name in .edu, or other not-for-profit research and education organizations by request and approval.
Email:
help@incommon.org
Contact:
Paul Caskey
Requirements:
Incommon Participant

The InCommon Certificate Service provides unlimited certificates for US higher education for one fixed annual fee. This includes SSL, extended validation, client (personal), and code signing certificates.The program covers all of the domains you own or control (.edu, .net, .org, .com, and others).

The fixed annual fee and comprehensive coverage takes the guess work out of budgeting.

Any higher education institution with its primary location in the United States, and qualifying for a primary domain name in .edu, may subscribe. Not-for-profit regional research and education networking organizations in the United States may also subscribe.

Go to the InCommon Certficate Service web page for more information and to subscribe.

Features
  • Cost Savings —Unlimited certificates for a fixed annual fee takes the guess work out of budgeting.
  • Comprehensive —Includes all of your domains — .edu and non-edu alike, such as athletics and professional societies.
  • Ease of Use — Through Comodo's certificate manager interface, certificates are easy to order and install. Issue certificates for three years or one year — it's your choice.
  • Community Support — The InCommon community maintains an active certificate users email list as a first stop for questions and technical issues.
  • Private Label Certificate Authorities— Intermediate CAs with campus-specific profiles and practice statements are available to members who desire this functionality for an additional cost.
Fees

Annual fees for the InCommon Certificate Service are based on your institution's Carnegie Classification. See the fee schedule. The fees page includes links to help you  determine your Carnegie level.

FAQ
You will find a list of Frequently Asked Questions on the wiki: https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/x/7wBvAQ
Participate

Any higher education institution with its primary location in the United States, and qualifying for a primary domain name in .edu, may subscribe. Not-for-profit regional research and education networking organizations in the United States may also subscribe. See the InCommon website for details.