SECURITY TOPICS

Secure Multiple Domain Names with a Single
SSL/TLS Certificate

Secure up to 100 fully-qualified domains with a single certificate

SAN Certificate Options

Choose a DigiCert SSL Certificate and secure multiple1 domain names by adding them to the Subject Alternative Name (SAN) field during enrollment. SAN is an optional feature available for Secure Site Pro with EVSecure Site with EVSecure Site ProSecure Site Wildcard, and Secure Site CertificatesCompare these SSL Certificates.

 

The SAN option is also available for all SSL certificates issued through DigiCert PKI PlatformDigiCert Trust Center Enterprise Account, and DigiCert Trust Center.

 

SAN Certificates are often used for Unified Communications (UC) to secure Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server, Office Communications Server 2007, or Mobile Device Manager. For example, you can secure all these domains with a single SAN Certificate:

  • www.symclab.com
  • www.exchange.symclab.com
  • www.symclab.net
  • www.new.symclab.net

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SSL Algorithms

SSL Algorithms

DigiCert SSL certificates now offer you the choice of three different encryption algorithms—RSA, DSA, and ECC—to help you create a more secure and scalable future for your business.

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What Is EV SSL?

What Is EV SSL?

DigiCert SSL/TLS Certificates with Extended Validation (EV) provide solutions that allow companies and consumers to engage in communications and commerce online with confidence.

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How SSL Works

How SSL Works

DigiCert SSL Certificates provide solutions that allow companies and consumers to engage in communications and commerce online with confidence.

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