Wildcard SSL Certificates: What Is It?

Answer Yes, a regular SSL certificate would cover but if you have a lot of sub-domains you can use a Wildcard SSL to cover using a single certificate. ... Read More »

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What is a wildcard SSL?

Wildcard SSL is a type of SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, certificate. Wildcard SSL certificates allow you to transmit secure, encrypted information to a website's server over any and all of the webs... Read More »

What is a wildcard ssl certificate?

A Wildcard SSL Certificate secures a primary website domain and an unlimited number of its subdomains. The Wildcard SSL name is derived from the "*." The asterisk and period combination is a wildca... Read More »

What is a Wildcard certificate?

Wildcard SSL certificates allow the use of an unlimited number of subdomains in the certificate. Any full domain that matches * (where * can be any word and is your do... Read More »

Wildcard SSL Installation?

The SSL technology stands for Secure Sockets Layer, and it is used to protect Web servers against malicious attacks. SSL is implemented by means of an encrypted certificate that is installed onto t... Read More »