Multi Domain SSL


The PositiveSSL Wildcard is a cost-effective solution for securing multiple sub-domains of a single domain. PositiveSSL Wildcard certificates secure unlimited sub-domains and are easy to install. For example, a PositiveSSL Wildcard SSL certificate issued to * is valid for:,,, etc. In addition to the standard security provided by an SSL certificate, the PositiveSSL Wildcard provides PCI scanning, ensuring that all credit card information is handled with the encryption that online customers demand.

PositiveSSL brings encryption, validation, and trustworthiness to your site.

  •  Great for personal websites or social media
  •  Domain Validation
  •  Single Domain
  •  Encryption (up to 256-bit)
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What is an SSL certificate?

An SSL certificate acts as third-party verification for a website’s security. It verifies the strength of the Secure Socket Layer encryption used when a user connects to the site and connects that encryption to the organization or individual that owns and maintains the website. SSL certification and validation are a necessary piece of web security for any business that collects information from its users.

Different SSL certificates provide different levels of security, depending on the level of protection and security features your website and its users need. You may be familiar with visual elements such as Site Seals, the HTTPS:// protocol appearing in the URL, but there are less-visible functions that help protect your website and visitors.

No matter what level of security you choose, your users will recognize that your site is safe, and that leads to greater trust in your brand online.

Multi Domain SSL Review

If your website is more complex and uses a up to 3 subdomains to help navigate your users, e.g. shop, cms, or a landing page.. this certificate will cover all your security needs and keep your visitors safe.

What is Multi Domain SSL?
Multi-Domain is also called as Subject Alternative Name (SAN) or Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) secure multiple Fully Qualified Domain Names or FQDNs. The limitation on the number of domains it covers depends on the issuing certificate authority, unlike Wildcard SSL where it has no limits on the subdomains it covers.

Can I use SSL certificate on multiple domains?
Yes! The idea of a multidomain SSL is to be used on multiple domains.