Most certificates will only secure one single domain name or sub domain. If you need to secure multiple sub domains, you should buy a
wildcard certificate or UC Certificate. 1. How many domain names do you need to secure?
I need to secure one domain name or network name
For example www.mydomain.com or mail.mydomain.com or webserver01 or 192.0.0.1
I need to secure several sub-domains on one domain with a wildcard
For example mail.mydomain.com, www.mydomain.com, secure.mydomain.com, etc. all with one certificate.
I need to secure several different domain names or internal names
For example mail.mydomain.com, www.anotherdomain.com, autodiscover.mydomain.com, servername01, etc. all with one UC certificate.
Different types of certificates can give customers a greater sense of security but they can also cost a lot more. There are essentially three types: EV, High Assurance, and Low Assurance. To buy the best SSL certificate for your needs,
learn more about these different types. 2. How important is gaining your customers' trust?
I need my organization name displayed on the certificate.
These types of certificates usually take a few hours to a few days to receive. They also require your business or organization to be validated and ownership of the domain name to be verified.
I need the "green address bar" provided by EV certificates.
These types of certificates usually take several days to a few weeks to receive. They require extensive business or organization validation and ownership of the domain name to be verified.
I just need it to be secure with no warning messages.
These types of certificates are usually issued immediately or within a few minutes. The provider usually only verifies that you own the domain name and, therefore, your organization name is not displayed on the certificate.
3. What is your price range per year?
All the certificates in the search are for web server encryption/authentication. Look at our
code signing certificates and email certificates pages if you are looking for those specific certificates. The SSL Certificate Wizard is made to help you compare SSL certificate so you can buy SSL Certificates with confidence. If you have any questions or corrections to the data on this site, please contact us.