Sectigo SSL Multi-Domain
Domain-authenticated SSL for up 250 websites, with 2 additional SAN.
DV for personal usage
Sectigo SSL Multi-Domain
Sectigo SSL Multi-Domain/UCC offers one of the best SSL/TLS certificate options to companies that want to consolidate certificate management on multiple websites. The Sectigo Multi-Domain SSL/UCC can be used with any server, even the notoriously tricky Microsoft Exchange or Office Communications servers. You can manage up to 250 domains with one SSL certificate and is a dream for corporate IT administrators. It comes with a $500K warranty as well as a 30-day guarantee.
|Secures||www.site.com + site.com|
|Reissues||Unlimited at no extra cost|
|Key length||2048 – 4096-bit|
|Encryption||Up to 256-bit|
What Are the Benefits of Sectigo SSL Multi-Domain
SSL Certification FAQs
Single- One fully qualified domain name or subdomain is secured
Wildcard- One domain name is covered and unlimited subdomains
Multi-Domain- secures multiple domain names
The level of validation required, such as:
Domain validation – This level covers basic encryption as well as verification of ownership of domain name registrations. This certificate is usually received within a few hours.
Validation of Organization – In addition to the basic encryption and verification that the domain name registration is registered, authenticated details about the owner (e.g. name and address) will be provided. It can take a few hours or several days for this type of certificate to be issued.
Extended Validation (EV) – This certificate provides the highest level of security due to the rigorous examination performed before it is issued. The guidelines established by the SSL industry’s governing consortium are strict. The legal, physical, and operational existence of an entity are all verified. It usually takes several days to receive this type of certificate.
It is recommended that before you order SSL certificates, you create a Certificate Signing request (CSR). Find out more about SSL certificates
CSRs are an encrypted file that allows you to send Sectigo certificate public keys in a standard way. They also contain information that uniquely identifies your company as well as your domain name. Most server software will ask for the following information when you create a CSR: Common name (e.g. www.example.com), company name and location (country/state/province/city/town), key type (typically RSA) and key size (2048-bit minimum).
Don’t worry if you’re not sure of your exact location or company name when you create the CSR. We can modify and finalize this information during our review before we issue the certificate.
After your CSR has been created, copy it and paste it in the online order form to buy your SSL certificate.