Comodo UCC/SAN SSL Certificate
Designed from the ground up to support real-time communication infrastructures, this SSL certificate is the perfect option for users that need to secure a mail server, an FTP server, a fully-fledged website, and potentially more. With the ability to add, edit, and remove domains at any given moment, flexibility is guaranteed. Comodo's extremely fast issuance times, on the other hand, ensure that you're not left without protection for a moment too long.
Step 1 How many Years?
Step 2How many Domains?
Step 3Add on Wildcard Domains?
Final StepTotal Price Summary
Your Savings: $215.90
- 250Domains Secured: 3-250
- Server Licenses: Unlimited
- Issuance: Minutes
- Warranty: $50,000
- Mobile Devices: Supported
- Reissues: Unlimited & Free
- UCCMicrosoft UCC: Supported
- Refund Policy: 30 Days
Generalized Multi-Domain SSL features with full FQDN support
UCC certificates are also known as Multi-Domain SSL certificates or SAN (Subject Alternative Name) SSL certificates, and they fulfill much of the same functionality as is covered by regular SSL certificates for multiple domains. Their specific feature set, however, means they are the perfect choice for dedicated server environments (i. e. Microsoft Exchange servers) - significantly more so than any other SSL certificate.
A Unified Communications Certificate will easily secure multiple domains and channels of communication all at once. If encrypting the office communications server across multiple domains is an option you need at your disposal, this Comodo UC certificate may be the SSL certificate you've been waiting for.
Get the ability to compile aggregate data with a selection of affordable SSL certificates from Comodo's fully-enabled FQDN lineup. If traditional SSL certificates just won't cut it for your specific MS Exchange setup, upgrade to Comodo's Unified Communications Certificates today and never worry about domain coverage again.
Best Option to Secure Your Microsoft Exchange Setup
The greatest asset and most important feature of a Unified Communications Certificate is its MS Exchange and Communications functionality. This single SSL certificate can easily extend up-to-date security from regular domain coverage to office communications infrastructures, allowing huge teams of specialists to safely exchange information.
Most individual certificates cannot provide secured communications on top of delivering regular website security, which is perfectly fine for most site implementations. After all, not everyone has a large and sprawling team of specialists working on their domain. For those webmasters that do have an Exchange server or some equivalent thereof, however, a UC certificate is a must-have.
While this is not a full Business-Validated certificate, it is a single-certificate solution that punches well above its weight in regard to SSL provider trustworthiness and feature provisions. A single certificate supporting your entire communications and website setup, and without forcing you to overspend on features you might not even need in the long run? Comodo's UCC certificate does all of that and more.
Rapid Communication Coverage Across Multiple Domains
All Comodo SSL certificates are issued quickly, but the CA's Domain Validation lineup can be provided at record speeds. As this is a Domain Validation product, this also means it doesn't need excessive documentation or long verification timelines for issuance: you can get yours within mere minutes!
This alone makes this single Comodo UC certificate one of the most flexible SAN Multi-Domain products on the market, which is an absolutely crucial feature for fast-growing websites and Internet services.
Unified Communications SSL products cover a wide range of Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) with no extra expenses, worries, or complications for the webmaster, their team, or the end-user. Such a streamlined approach to website and server security comes part-and-parcel with Comodo certificates from this lineup.
Is this a better choice than a Wildcard SSL certificate?
If you don't have any major subdomain implementations and simply need to secure multiple domain names and minimize the necessary certificate management routines, then there's no real need to splurge on Wildcard SSL certificates.
By definition, UCC SSL certificates secure multiple subject alternative name (SAN) instances and do not extend encryption to dedicated sub-domain implementations. For a concrete example of how this might work, here's how a Multi-Domain SSL security schema might look:
On the other hand, a Wildcard SSL certificate can only secure the following:
And so on. Quite simply, a Multi-Domain SSL from Comodo's lineup of UC certificates fits an entirely different niche than a Wildcard SSL certificate would. On top of that, Wildcard implementations wouldn't offer any dedicated Microsoft Exchange and Office support unless specifically stated otherwise.
Provide SSL-Secured Communications For Your Team, Quick & Easy
Setting up a properly secured and encrypted communications channel for your team is absolutely crucial for secure operations, and the importance of keeping your business safe cannot be overstated. This SSL certificate does precisely that without any exotic implementations or high-cost features. It's a universal encryption solution for all server applications existing across several concurrent domains, but since you can also use it to offload communications security, it can do more than most other SSL certificates at this price point.
If you're looking for a Multi-Domain certificate that doesn't necessitate complete telephone verification, can be issued quickly and efficiently, supports all major browsers, and minimizes client administration costs - this is the Comodo SSL for you.
Consider this Comodo SSL to be your ultimate one-stop shop for Subject Alternative Name (SAN) control that doesn't break the bank or come with excessively complex verification and/or implementation procedures. Just install the certificate, set up your new Comodo Site Seal graphics, and you are good to go.
Secure Your Office Communications Server and More - Today
The majority of Comodo SSL certificates are flexible and malleable security products that can be molded into the specific role you need them to perform. As long as the Comodo SSL you've chosen has the features you need, the rest is easy - especially with SSLTrust as your partner and provider of website security.
Here is your opportunity to get multiple host names operating simultaneously, with one or more of them being fully-fledged Microsoft Exchange server installations. Need an additional domain covered? Just add an extra SAN via our re-issuance system and SSLTrust will handle the rest.
Since this Comodo SSL comes with an unlimited re-issuance policy, the entire process is easy, quick, and - most importantly - blisteringly fast. No need for telephone verification of any sort! Get this updated certificate up and running with Multi-Domain support today.
SSLTrust delivers extra value for every user
By getting your new Comodo SSL certificate via SSLTrust, you're making sure that you get maximum bang for your buck, no matter the specific product you're hoping to get. Extra features such as unlimited server licenses, SSL support, and installation instructions come part-and-parcel, and we can help you get your new SSL certificate up and running as well.
Here are some of the extra boons we can ensure for you, too, as part of the regular purchasing process:
- 30-day refund policy
- unlimited server licenses
- total SSL support (installation, operation, etc.) from a veteran team of Australian security experts
- stellar browser compatibility across the board
- Site Seal graphics and supporting elements
- unlimited issuance policy
Whatever you need, simply reach out to SSLTrust's official support team with a ticket, and we'll get you sorted out in record time, no matter the issue.
|Product Name||Comodo Multi-Domain UCC SSL|
|Validation Type||Domain Ownership Validation|
|Issuance Time||5-15 minutes|
|Domains Secured||3 - 250|
|Allows Additional Domains (SAN)||Yes|
|Microsoft Exchange UCC Support||Yes|
|Server Licenses||Unlimited Server Licenses|
|Key Cryptography||RSA or ECC|
|Minimum Key Size||2048-bit (RSA), 233-bit (ECC)|
|SSL/TLS Encryption||256-bit Encryption|
|Trust Indicators||HTTPS Browser Padlock|
|Mobile & Smartphone Support||Yes|
|Client OS Compatibility||Good|
|Included Malware Scan||No|
|Includes Trust Seal||Yes|
|SSL Reissuance||Unlimited and Free|
|Refund Policy||30 Days|
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