Positive SSL Wildcard (DV).
A 128-bit and 256-bit is the standard encryption for Positive SSL Wildcard. This cert is intended to protect low-volume ecommerce websites and their subdomains.
*VAT not included. It will be added where applicable.
|Secures||www.site.com + site.com|
|Key length||2048 - 4096-bit|
|Encryption||Up to 256-bit|
Six Benefits to Using Positive SSL Wildcard
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FAQ About PositiveSSL Wildcard
The type of certificate you choose will impact the time it takes to validate the owner or issue SSL certificates. A Domain Validation SSL certificate is usually issued within minutes of placing an order.
Yes. PositiveSSL Wildcard certificate holders know they can save time and money, while maintaining high encryption quality. These certificates are great if you have many subdomains that receive low volumes of transactions. They are also very easy to set up. All you need to do is prove your domain ownership. You can then relax knowing that your hackers will never be able to access any subdomain of your domain.
By avoiding the hassle of renewing multiple certificates and remembering to renew them, you will save both time and effort. A Cheap PositiveSSL Wildcard can also help you save money upfront. Cost and time savings are yours, which means you can spend more on growing your online presence and adding subdomains.
These are just a few examples of the work SSLs can do:
- SSL Encrypts Sensitive Information
- SSL Provides Authentication
- Higher Search Engine Ranking
- SSL increases customer trust
- PCI Compliance requires SSL
Everyone who owns a website! A positive SSL Wildcard protects one primary domain as well as all subdomains at its first level. These are only a few examples SSL certificates that can encrypt.
- Mysite.com secures Positive Wildcard
- Unlimited subdomains available!
It is important to secure subdomains with SSL certificates
Google Chrome displays "NOT SECURED" in the address bar of all HTTP pages. Your website visitors might not trust subdomains that have an obvious "Not Secure" label. This will increase bounce rates and decrease conversion rates.
Google also ranks HTTPS pages higher in search engines than HTTP pages. Your SEO ranking will be affected if your primary domain has https security and other pages (subdomains), are HTTPS.
Your subdomains, such as login.mysite.com and mail.mysite.com should be encrypted with an SSL certificate. If you are handling sensitive information such as passwords, emails from key vendors or customers, etc., an SSL certificate is crucial.
Sectigo Positive SSL Wildcard eliminates the need to purchase separate SSL certificates and undergo separate applications, installation, renewal, and payment. A Positive SSL Wildcard can protect your main domain as well as all subdomains that are associated with it.
It protects credit card data, but it goes further. It protects against hackers, as well as other unsolicited threats. SSL certificates also activate security icons that are easily identifiable by web users.
Each type of SSL certificate name represents the validation steps taken before the certificate was issued.
- Domain Validated certificates are for the verification of the URL owner.
- Organization Validated certificates authenticate the URL owner and verify the affiliation of the business entity.
- Extended Validation certificates, which are high-assurance identity certificates, require verification of the domain owners, business organizations and legal entities involved.
The process at the DV level is very simple. The buyer must only prove that they have control of the URL or domain. The CA sends an email to the domain owner as per the WHOIS database. Although this is convenient if you require a certificate immediately, it should not be relied upon.
The extra validation steps and layers required to obtain OV and EV certificates is what makes them different. CAs must verify both OV and EV certificates. They also need to know details about the associated business, such as name, type, address, and status.
Nine additional steps are required for EV. These include verification of a business's public phone number, length-of-business, registration number and jurisdiction. A domain fraud check, contact check and a call to authenticate the applicant's employment status are also required.
One of the first steps to obtaining your SSL certificate is to create a certificate signing request (CSR). The CSR is generated on the same server where you intend to install the certificate. It contains information such as: The CSR is generated on the same server you plan to install your certificate. It contains information (e.g. common name, organization and country) that the Certificate Authority will use for creating your certificate. It also contains your public key, which will be used to create your certificate. The certificate is signed with the private key. Below, we'll discuss the roles of these keys in more detail.