Multi-Domain SSL certificates are used as a one-size-fits-all security solution for web setups spread across
multiple domains. They can secure multiple websites, in effect, and since certain Certificate
Authorities also offer unlimited service licenses as part of the package, your Multi-Domain SSL certificate could be
even more flexible than you might suspect.
Naturally, the key component of this whole security package is that it can secure multiple domains without forcing you to splurge on multiple certificates.
Setting aside the fact that having a single SSL certificate for the whole multi-domain setup is cheaper right off the
bat, there's also the matter of maintenance. SSL certificates need to be reissued every so often,
and keeping multiple SSLs in mind all the time can get confusing really quickly if you're handling a large,
sprawling web setup.
So, a Multi-Domain SSL certificate not only makes your website management way easier than a multi-SSL setup
could ever get, but it also saves you oodles of money in the long run. Quite simply, you won't have to keep
spending on multiple verification types and multiple encryption implementations.
Your next Multi-Domain SSL is available right this instant via SSLTrust. We're thrilled to help, and this page will
show you that we're also the single most cost-effective option for SSL certificates available.
Cheap Multi-Domain SSL? Not as unlikely as you might think!
The more complex an SSL certificate, the more expensive it gets. This is self-explanatory, but it still doesn't mean
that you can't save a pretty penny if you make the right call. The simple truth is that there are cheap and
expensive options in any given SSL certificate price range. Naturally, it's in your best interest to stick with the
lowest-priced Multi-Domain SSL certificate that fulfills all feature requirements you might have.
SSL certificate solutions have been remarkably approachable for quite a long while now, though protecting multiple
domains doesn't necessarily come cheap. As we've already explained, it's a matter of scope and complexity,
but that's not to say that you have to go bankrupt to protect your multiple domains.
Quite the opposite, in fact. SSLTrust has been built from the ground-up precisely to prove that this isn't the case.
All of our SSL/TLS solutions are sourced from top-notch Certificate Authorities and then sold at lower prices than you could get them anywhere else. This includes Multi-Domain solutions, yes, but Wildcard SSLs (for
protecting sub-domains), SAN SSL certificate options, and virtually every other type of SSL you could need.
SSLTrust delivers the cheapest Multi-Domain Certificates on the market
Your first step towards getting the best price possible for your Multi-Domain SSL certificate is to look into
SSLTrust itself! We offer unbeatable prices on all of our products, from simple Domain Validation SSL
certificates all the way to significantly more complex EV SSL certificates - you're always getting a great
deal if you shop with SSLTrust.
In fact, our entire repertoire of SSL certificates can be purchased cheaper than you could get them directly from
Certificate Authorities themselves! Cheap Multi-Domain SSL is well within your reach, then.
Better still, we've got our very own Certificate Signing Request form available for free. This means that
SSLTrust can be your one-stop shop for all of your SSL certificate needs, from start to bottom.
We work hard to make SSL certificate solutions available to you, our end user. Low prices and top-notch
support are just the start of it.
Cheap Multi-Domain SSL is within reach with SSLTrust
Anyone who has a multi-domain setup will know that the cheapest and most agreeable option for encryption across the
board will be to invest in an appropriate Multi-Domain SSL certificate. This makes the backbone of any modern
multi-domain security setup, as it allows just one certificate to compile aggregate data on your main and additional
domains for encryption.
Its issuance is provided by establishing your single fully qualified domain (i.e. primary domain) and using it as the
basis of your simple certificate management suite. All additional domains are then attached using a standard Subject
Alternative Name interface (SAN), and you're allowed to add as many as you want in the future.
In effect, this means that the very same certificate you get implemented at the start of the year could be vastly
expanded towards the end of the year - at no additional cost whatsoever. This is a huge boon for
webmasters that know they'll need to secure domains in the future, but aren't sure how many that might be.
Multi-Domain SSL allows you to protect all your domains - however many that might end up being!
Not to mention search engine ranking improvements and conversion rate boosts that many users end up enjoying in the
long run. The conclusion is really rather simple: if you can use just one certificate to protect your
multiple-domain setup, you should.
| Secures||Multiple Domains|
| Warranty||Substantial warranty coverage (up to $2,000,000)|
| Key Cryptography||RSA or ECC key cryptography options (2048-bit, 233-bit respectively)|
|Business Validated/Verified||Site Seals Included|
| SSL/TLS Encryption||256-bit Encryption|
Who needs a Multi-Domain SSL Certificate?
This is a remarkably simple question: do you need to secure multiple domains? If yes, then you need Multi-Domain SSL
certificates. As we already explained, a Multi-Domain SSL certificate will be able to secure multiple domains by
resorting to a single certificate solution for all of your security needs, allowing you to encrypt data
across multiple websites with minimum hassle.
So, what you need to do is to ask a simple question: "Do I need multiple domain security?" If you have a setup spread
across multiple websites, if you own multiple servers, or even if your web server has several extra features
attached to it that are on separate domains - a Multi-Domain SSL certificate will solve all of these
problems in one fell swoop.
A Multi-Domain SSL certificate will be an ideal solution for users whose domain authority is spread across multiple
domains, obviously. There are also options in place for those who might need dedicated protection for whatever
sub-domains they might control.
What types of Multi-Domain SSL Certificates are there?
There's a number of bespoke Multi-Domain SSL certificate products on the market right now. Depending on the specific
Certificate Authority you might be interested in, your Multi-Domain SSL certificate of choice might feature a number
of unique features and functionality options. Naturally, the more complex a Multi-Domain certificate is, the more
expensive will it be.
This type of balancing essentially extends to Certificate Authorities themselves, too. SSLTrust's entire scope of
available CAs (in regard to Multi-Domain SSL certificate products) is the following:
In effect, a Comodo Multi-Domain SSL certificate (PositiveSSL) will be remarkably cheap and cost-effective but lack
much in the way of advanced features. A DigiCert Multi-Domain SSL certificate with Flexi functionality, on the other
hand, will be significantly costlier.
Are there different Validation Types for Multi-Domain SSLs?
As with any other kind of Domain SSL protection, Multi-Domain SSL too comes in a variety of formats. Namely, SSLTrust
offers three main validation subtypes for you to choose from:
- Domain Validation Multi-Domain SSL certificate
- Business Validation Multi-Domain SSL certificate
- Premium EV Multi-Domain SSL certificate (Extended Validation)
Whereas a DV Multi-Domain SSL certificate will certainly provide a basic protection/encryption package across
multiple websites without forcing you to resort to multiple certificates, it won't offer the comprehensive
security solutions you might get out of an Extended Validation SSL certificate.
The second major distinction is also self-evident - A DV Multi-Domain SSL certificate will be significantly less
expensive than an EV Multi-Domain SSL.
It's entirely up to you to decide which features you do or do not need. This will greatly depend on how your multiple
servers are set up, naturally. Protecting multiple websites comes part and parcel with a Multi-Domain SSL - it's the
extra features and functionality that you want to keep an eye out for. That, too, is where SSLTrust can assist.
Installation Service by our Expert Team
SSLTrust has got its installation service available to help you install your new Certificate: quickly and easily. We can also help with the initial configuration process to get your business and domain validation completed smoothly.
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