DigiCert Secure EV Site Multi-Domain
- Extended Business Validation (EV)
- Priority Validation
- Multiple Domains (1 included)
- Vulnerability Assessment
- DigiCert or Norton Trust Seal
- Malware Scanning
Add new domains (SANs) any time
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Every Secure Site certificate includes top-of-the-queue priority validation and authentication. Secute Site SSL
includes malware scanning, a $1.75M Netsure protection warranty, and unlimited server licensing. Give your customers ultimate
confidence and trust with the highest level of authentication available today.
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SSL/TLS Product Details
- X.509 format Certificate meets software & industry standards
- Symmetric 256-bit encryption
- Supports 2048-bit public key encryption (3072-bit and 4096-bit available)
- Unlimited server licensing
- Free reissues and replacements for the lifetime of the certificate
- RSA public-key SHA-2 algorithm (supports hash functions: 256, 384, 512)
- ECC public-key algorithm (supports hash functions: 256 and 384)
- RSA and ECC algorithms available by providing an RSA CSR or ECC CSR
- Supports minimum 2048-bit public key encryption (3072-bit and 4096-bit available)
EV. Ultimate Customer Trust and Confidence.
Extended Validation certificates show visitors that the identity of a site is highly authenticated
and reveal the identity of the company or organization operating this site.
Secure multiple domains on just one SSL/TLS certificate
A Multi-Domain SAN certificate allows you to - as its name implies - secure many domain names and wildcard SANs under one SSL certificate.
They take advantage of certificate Subject Alternative Names or SANs.
SANs are additional domain names included in a single SSL certificate that a browser accepts as trusted. With a single Multi-Domain SSL certificate you can secure...
- 188.8.131.52 (public only)
- server.local (not allowed)
Find out more about Using IPs in SSL certificates.
Add new domains at any time.
Multi-Domain certificates are elastic. Domains can be added, subtracted or changed over
the life of the certificate. Start with one or more names now and add others down the road.
This kind flexibility is perfect for Microsoft Exchange environments.
EV SSL Key Features & Benefits
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It's your choice. DigiCert's Secure Site comes with two trust seal options to display on your site: DigiCert or Norton Secured.
The classic yellow circle and check mark is the most trusted and recognized trust seal in the world and instantly signifies trust and security to your end users.
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Multi-Domain SSL Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between a multi-domain and a wildcard cert?
Whereas a wildcard certificate
will work for an unlimited number of subdomains that share the same base domain (sub1.yahoo.com, sub2.yahoo.com, subx.yahoo.com, etc.) a multi-domain
certificate will support a mixture of different domain names (search.yahoo.com, shop.mystore.com,
Can I add more domains later? How do I do that?
Yes. You can add, change or delete domains at any time during the certificate's lifecycle.
Just login and select the option to reissue your certificate.
Depending on your server you may need to generate a new CSR.
You can make any domain additions, changes or deletions at that time. When your certificate reissue is completed it will include any
new domain additions and changes.
Can I change a domain that I'm no longer using?
Yes. You're free to change a domain slot to another domain during a multi-domain certificate's lifecycle. This is done with a free certificate
Can I add any domain name to a multi-domain certificate?
Yes, as long as you own the domain and can prove that you have control over it.
Domain Control Validation
can be demonstrated by Email, DNS, or HTTP File Authorization.
How much do I pay if I add a new domain later?
New domains (SANs) added later to SSL/TLS certificate are charged on a prorated basis for
the remaining time left on a cert. If, as an example, a cert has used up half its time then you only pay half the price.
How many physical servers can I install my cert on?
With unlimited server licenses you're free to install on as many as you wish.
Do I have to include the domains when I generate my Certificate Signing Request (CSR)?
No. While you can generate a CSR with Subject Alternative Names
(SANs) embedded in the CSR it's not necessary (and definitely not worth the hassle).
You can simply type or paste the domains into a box at order time. Easy.
Do I have to use up all of my allotted domain slots up front?
No. If, for instance, your multi-domain SSL certificate includes, say, 5 domains in the
price, you're free to use up to 5 during the certificate's lifecycle. If you need more
than 5, you can buy additional domain slots as needed.