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SSL Wildcard Certificate

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  • 13/01/2020 12:20 PM

SSL Wildcard Certificate

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What is a SSL Wildcard Certificate?

A SSL Wildcard certificate is a single certificate with a wildcard character in the domain name field. This allows the certificate to secure multiple sub domain names (hosts) pertaining to the same base domain.

For example, a wildcard certificate for *.(domainname).com, could be used for www.(domainname).com, mail.(domainname).com, store.(domainname).com, in addition to any additional sub domain name in the (domainname).com.

When should I request a SSL Wildcard Certificate?

A {SSL} Wildcard certificate should be considered an option when looking to secure a number of sub domains, such as 'secure.(domainname).com', 'www.(domainname).com', and 'mail.(domainname).com' with a single certificate.

The format of the common name entered for the SSL Wildcard Certificate will be '*.(domainname).com'.

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