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Making the Most Out of Multi-Domain SSL Certificates

Posted last April 5, 2011, 1:34 am in Services report article

Ensuring that an ecommerce website runs successfully depends heavily on how well it meets customers’ needs and requirements. One of the primary requirements of a user will be protection of personal data. Making sure that your website provides the highest level of protection for a user’s data is of utmost importance for online success

Sometimes it becomes necessary that multiple domains of a website are secured to ensure that users do not find any reasons to leave a website before providing any details; owners of multiple websites can also cut costs using this type of SSL. Unified Communications Certificates (UCC) are SSL Certificates that secure multiple domains and multiple hostnames within a domain. They allow you to secure a primary domain, and up to 24 additional Subject Alternative Names, in a single certificate. UC Certificates are most suitable for Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2010, and Microsoft Live® Communications Server.

UC Certificates are generally well-matched with shared hosting. However, keep in mind this drawback: the site seal and certificate "Issued To" will only show the primary domain. The other secondary hosting accounts will, however, appear in the certificates.

Although UC certificates are remarkably utilized in combination with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or 2010, they can be used with any major server type to protect manifold distinct hostnames in one certificate using "Subject Alternate Name" (SAN).

This SSL certificate is also ideal for shared hosting environments (as discussed above), QA testing environments, and small businesses with multiple business applications to secure on a single server. It can protect OWA, ActiveSync, SMTP, and Outlook.

Features & Benefits

  • Secure up to 25 different domains, IPs, private server names on a single server
  • Unlimited, free self-service re-issues
  • Up to 256-bit SSL encryption
  • 99+% browser recognition rate
  • Works with most mobile and smart phone applications
  • Fully owned roots (not chained)
  • Quick and easy for enrollment, issuance and installation
  • $100,000 warranty by GeoTrust
  • Display the GeoTrust True Site Seal with company name, date/time stamp
  • Organization is authenticated
  • Unlimited server licenses (no extra cost)

UCC Certificates, such as the version, allow you to add, edit, or delete up to 25 domain names over the lifetime of the certificate. Unified Communication products such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Communication Server, Share Point and many more can be secured with this specially designed UC certificate.

GeoTrust True BusinessID Multi-Domain SSL Certificate to secure multiple domain with a signle SSL Certificate.