Why choose Sectigo OV Multi-Domain Certificates?
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. In addition to this convenience, Sectigo OV Multi-Domain certificate can also secure wildcard attribute within the SAN field.
For example, a single OV Multi-Domain certificate for your company can secure:
- Activates HTTPS
- Displays the lock symbol in browsers
- Strongest SSL encryption
- Compatible with all popular browsers
- Unlimited Re-Issuance
- Unlimited server licensing
- 24/7 expert support
- 30-day money back guarantee
- Sectigo TrustLogo
- $1,000,000 warranty
It is possible for Subject Alternate Names in a multi-domain certificate to contain wildcards. In other words, you could get a multi-domain certificate for cart.domain1.com, login.domain1.com, and *.domain2.com. Contact your Sectigo sales representative for a price quote.
Sectigo is an approved Microsoft UC certificate provider. Sectigo multi-domain certificates can be used to secure Microsoft Exchange and Lync.
Because a single wildcard certificate can secure any number of sub-domains, wildcard certificates can prove highly cost effective for certain use cases.
Included with your Sectigo SSL purchase is a FREE subscription to our certificate management tool allowing you to perform certificate discovery, generate CSRs, install and configure certificates with a few clicks, and set renewals to replace your certificates before they expire.
Every Sectigo SSL certificate comes with a FREE TrustLogo. With real-time identity assurance through our "point to verify" technology, TrustLogo enhances assurance in your online identity and gives customers confidence to buy from your site.
Sectigo OV certificates offer the strongest SSL encryption available, with SHA-256 and 2048-bit RSA keys, and ECC support.