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Because of this highly trustworthy authentication process, browsers display the “branded address bar,” which includes the verified brand name of the company operating this site adjacent to the URL at the top of the browser interface. The company name in the branded address bar indicates that the identity of this site operator is highly trusted information and reveals the specific identity of the company operating the site. Multi-Domain SSL Certificates (sometimes referred to as SAN/UCC certificates) take advantage of TLS Subject Alternate Names (SANs) to enable a single certificate to secure multiple fully qualified domain names. Multi-Domain Certificates provide a convenient option for organizations seeking to secure multiple domain names without the need to manage multiple certificates.
For example, a single EV Multi-Domain certificate can secure:
The green address bar helps boost transactions, form completions, new user signups and engagement. When internet users see the green address bar, 50% are more likely to make a financial transaction and 37% are more likely to make a purchase.
Provide extra security for your customers by prominently displaying your company name in the browser interface, so they know it's your site — not an imposter.
EV SSL certificates let your customers know you're employing the best-of-breed security measures to keep their transactions safe. More than 50% of site visitors believe an online business with the green address bar is trustworthy, secure, and safe to do business with.
Extended Validation provides the strongest protection an SSL certificate can offer, meeting many standards and regulations for online businesses, such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, GDPR, and others.
Browser compatibility is a key part of choosing an SSL provider. Compatible with all popular browsers, Sectigo certificates are a no-worry option for maintaining trust in your website.
Sectigo is an approved Microsoft UC certificate provider. Sectigo multi-domain certificates can be used to secure Microsoft Exchange and Lync.