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GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard offers a quick & cost-efficient solution for businesses to quickly secure their single main domain (i.e. www.yourdomain.com) AND unlimited sub-domains (i.e. mail.yourdomain.com, ftp.yourdomain.com) with one simple DV SSL/TLS certificate. With a nice automatic authentication and issuance process, you can have this cert in 10 minutes or less. With GeoTrust being one of the most trusted names in the online encryption industry, your customers can gain some assurance knowing that your site is protected by known & recognized security brand in just minutes. This is an ideal option for an SMB that has any number of sub-domains that need security as well and/or someone future-proofing their site for sub-domains that may come in the near future.
The GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard SSL certificate offers high 256-bit encryption capabilities and is signed with a 2048-bit root.
This GeoTrust® Wildcard TLS certificate can protect multiple domains, HOWEVER, those multiple domains must be sub-domains that all use the same exact base domains. For example, by using *.site.yourdomain.com in the common name field, you can protect test1.site.yourdomain.com, test2.site.domain.com, etc. with this one certificate. If you need other domain names protected that don’t meet the criterion above, we have aGeoTrust True BusinessID with Multi Domain (SAN/UCC) solution available that might just be your answer.
You'll be able to give some assurance to site visitors that your site is protected with a True Site Seal, HTTPS activation within the URL and a visible green padlock icon, all of which are visual indicators that aide in establishing your website as a trustworthy place to safely conduct business. This domain validated wildcard SSL/TLS certificate can apply a solid layer of security and some trust across an array of hostnames or sub-domains. It takes few Minutes to complete the authentication process – you just have to verify that you own the domain – and then you’ll have an issued and ready-to-go cert.