A Unified Communication Certificate (or UCC) is a digital security certificate which allows multiple hostnames to be protected by a single certificate. UC certificates are also known as Subject Alternate Name (or SAN) certificates, multi-domain certificates or Exchange certificates. All SSL.com UCCs: CAN secure up to » Continue Reading.
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A Unified Communication Certificate (or UCC) allows for multiple hostnames to be protected by a single certificate. SSL.com’s new UCC Ordering Wizard makes it easy to get one certificate to protect all your vital data. UCCs are also known as Subject Alternate Name (or SAN) certificates, multi-domain certificates » Continue Reading.
Every Certificate Signing Request (or CSR) needs to include the name of what you intend to protect. Typically this is a domain name of the site you are aiming to protect.
Short answer: You certainly can! We’ve been fielding a lot of questions lately from customers of a major Certificate Authority (can’t say who, but it might rhyme with “No Caddy”) who have been told that wildcard domains are not supported in their Unified Communications Certificates » Continue Reading.
We recently received a query from an SSL.com customer with an existing wildcard certificate: “We have a wildcard with you – *.mydomain.com. I need to use https://www.subdomain.mydomain.com or *.*.mydomain.com. Is there a way to do this? Do I have to purchase another wildcard?”