Using Cloudflare shows Comodo SSL instead of the one I have on my server

If you enable Cloudflare for your domain name and set the SSL settings to Flexible, Full or Full (Strict) then the connection between the visitor and the Cloudflare servers will be encrypted. The encryption is done via a Comodo multidomain SSL which the Cloudflare service will automatically issue for your domain name.

Since your visitors are actually connecting to Cloudflare servers and not to your hosting account server, it is normal for the Comodo SSL to show in their browser and not the one you may have on your webhost server.

If you want the SSL installed on the hosting account to show up instead you must upgrade your Cloudflare plan to Business or Enterprise as currently only these two plans have this option.

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