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  • Wildcard SSL Certificate

    Hi,
    What is Wildcard SSL Certificate?

  • #2
    Hi Hadley,

    Wildcard SSL certificates secures your main domain and of its unlimited sub-domains. Wildcard SSL certificates secure your domain just like regular SSL certificate, establishing http secure connection between your website and web browsers.
    If you request wildcard SSL for *.YourMainDomain.com can be secure all sub-domains of your main domain.

    Example:
    • YourMainDomain.com
    • www.YourMainDomain.com
    • blog.YourMainDomain.com
    • mail.YourMainDomain.com
    • billing.YourMainDomain.com

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    • #3
      The normal SSL that is without a wildcard option also secure www. for a domain right? Can someone please confirm.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MorrisJ View Post
        The normal SSL that is without a wildcard option also secure www. for a domain right? Can someone please confirm.
        Yes I confirm you can still secure the www for a website.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MorrisJ View Post
          The normal SSL that is without a wildcard option also secure www. for a domain right? Can someone please confirm.
          Hello Morris,

          Adding up some more information to what everyone said:

          • There 2 types of SSL Certificates that we provide:
          1) Basic SSL Certificates: Basic SSL Certificates will help you secure only your domain name.
          2) Wildcard SSL Certificates: These SSL Certificate will help you secure the Domain name as well as the Sub-domains under it.

          • Types of Basic SSL Certificates:
          i. Alpha SSL:
          Secure Browser Padlock
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          Issued Within 5 Minutes

          ii. Domain SSL:
          Secure Browser Padlock
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          Great Value Branded Certificate

          iii. Organisation SSL:
          Secure Browser Padlock
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          With Stringent Business Checks

          iv. Extended SSL:
          Secure Browser Padlock
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          Extended Business Validations

          • Types of Wildcard SSL Certificates:

          a. Alpha Wildcard:
          Sub Domains Secured
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          Issued Within 5 Minutes

          b. Domain Wildcard:
          Sub Domains Secured
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          Great Value Branded Certificate

          c. Org. Wildcard:
          Sub Domains Secured
          Complete with 2048-bit Encryption
          With Stringent Business Checks

          Feel free to contact our support team via Live Chat or Phone for an instant help.

          Thanks and Regards,
          EdwardS

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          • #6
            Hello Edward,

            Thankyou for the detailed info,
            I am looking for an SSL certificate that will secure all my domains or a set of domains.

            Do you have any such SSL?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Bala View Post
              Hello Edward,

              Thankyou for the detailed info,
              I am looking for an SSL certificate that will secure all my domains or a set of domains.

              Do you have any such SSL?
              Hello Bala,

              That's a real good question on securing all your domains by one SSL Certificate. I'd say Typical SSL Certificates only secure one Fully Qualified Domain Name. For total flexibility, a Multi-Domain SSL Certificate allows the use of the Subject Alternative Name (SAN) field so you can secure up to 100 different domain names, sub-domains, or public IP addresses using a single SSL Certificate and requiring just one IP address. Ideal for use in Unified Communications environments. This SSL Certificate is not yet being provided on our website however it is expected soon. you can read more information on these Multi-Domain SSL by clicking the link.

              Best Regards,
              Jennysha

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