Comodo Multi-Domain SSL
- Free Site Seal: No
- Browser compatibility: 99.3%
- Wildcard enabled: No
- Free unlimited Server Licensing
- Validation: Business
- Issuance time: 1-2 days
- Free Reissues: Yes
- Green Address bar: No
- Installation Checker: Yes
- Warranty: 0
Already included to standard package
Price per each additional domain
Maximum amount of additional domains
- Secures domain
- Can be installed on
- Secures both
You must provide Company Documents to pass the validation
SSL Certificate description
Comodo Multi-Domain SSL will allow you to secure anything from 2 to 200 domains and sub domains. It means that you will not need to deal with multiple certificates and so things are a lot easier. It is possible to secure any domain or common names using just the one certificate.
The Comodo Multi-Domain SSL certificate is perfect for companies that have lots of domain names on the same server. They will provide great security and trust from customers without such a big expense. Comodo is the only company that will provide anything up to 200 domain names on the one SSL certificate. GeoTrust Multi-domain, for example, just provide 25 of them. Each of the Comodo certificates will have 3 domains already and then up to 97 more can be added if required, at a low price. This will make everything much easier to manage, rather than having to buy multiple certificates.
- - yourname.com or www.yourname.com
- - mail.yourname.com;
- - server name, example: myserver01
- - autodiscover.yourname.com;
- - exchange1.yourname.local
- - and others.
SAN SSL certificates are subject alternative name and they can also be called unified communication certificates (UCC). These were developed for Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office Communications Server products. It is possible to secure domain names or common names with just the one certificate. This applies to external domain names and internal network names.
Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL Certificates
SAN SSL certificates are Subject Alternative Name and they can also be called Unified Communication Certificates (UCC). These were developed for Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office Communications Server products. It is possible to secure domain names or common names with just the one certificate. This applies to external domain names and internal network names.
Secured Site Seal
Let your customers know that your website is protected, and gain customer loyalty. By displaying the Secured Site Seal, you are letting users know that your website has been protected with 256 bit encryption.
Business Validation SSL Certificate
A business validation certificate requires more paperwork. You need to validate by email as well as supplying company documentation for authentication. This process is done manually and therefore can take up to three business days to complete. This will give you a higher security level and is recommended for ecommerce sites that are registered businesses. You will need to provide specific business documents. in order to get this certificate.
Supported Devices by Comodo Certificates
Browser and devices compatibility is the most important part of SSL usage. Comodo SSL Certificates are supported by 99,9+ browsers and devices.