Sectigo SSL UCC OV Wildcard @ $276.50
Sectigo Multi-Domain (UCC/SAN) Wildcard SSL is a special two-in-one certificate that secures all your subdomains on multiple domains under a single installation. It is the most versatile certificate on the market and the best solution to secure complex networks of sites. With this multi-domain Wildcard certificate, you can encrypt up to 250 domains and all their accompanying subdomains. But there’s more! This cert is a lifesaver for complex web infrastructure as it can also encrypt subdomains at multiple levels of the URL. You’ll also get the following benefits:
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Sectigo Multi-Domain (UCC/SAN) Wildcard SSL is a type of SSL/TLS certificate that provides strong encryption and authentication for multiple domain names and their subdomains. UCC stands for Unified Communications Certificate, which allows multiple domain names to be secured with a single certificate. This certificate also includes a wildcard feature, which allows the certificate to secure an unlimited number of subdomains under each domain.
This certificate can secure up to 250 domain names and an unlimited number of subdomains, making it an ideal choice for businesses that need to secure multiple websites and subdomains. It provides 256-bit encryption and uses a SHA-2 algorithm for hashing, which is a more secure algorithm than the previous SHA-1 algorithm.
To obtain a Sectigo Multi-Domain (UCC/SAN) Wildcard SSL certificate, the website owner must go through a validation process to prove their ownership of the domain names. The validation process includes verifying the domain name ownership and organization information, such as the company name, address, and phone number.
Once the validation process is complete, the certificate can be installed on the web server and used to secure multiple domain names and their subdomains. It is compatible with all major browsers and mobile devices, ensuring that visitors to the website are able to access it securely from any device.