Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard
With just one SSL certificate, you can increase trust in your domain as well as all subdomains.
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Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard
The Comodo Premium SSL wildcard SSL Certificate is a great way to secure one domain as well as all subdomains. This certificate protects www.yourdomain.com as well as all associated subdomains such mail.yourdomain.com or abc.yourdomain.com.
This certificate is Organisation Validated (OV), which will increase trust in your site by activating imagery such as “https”, the padlock icon next to the URL and you will find the Comodo Site Seal of the page. This will show real-time company information when clicked by a user. This wildcard SSL certificate can be used by medium-sized businesses and ecommerce websites to increase the trust that their customers have in them.
*All our prices exclude VAT, and will be added where applicable.
|Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard|
|Fantastic for||Medium size companies|
|Secures||www.site.com + site.com|
|Key length||2048 – 4096-bit|
|Encryption||Up to 256-bit|
What Are the Benefits of Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard
For premium SSL Wildcard certificates to be issued, an organisation validation (OV), must be obtained. This means that the organisation or company must be verified before issuance.
The Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard Certificate is one of the most popular wildcard security options. It comes with 256-bit encryption or a root of 2048-bits.
The Organisation Validated (OV), certificate comes with a generous warranty. $250,000. In the unlikely event that your SSL is compromised, Comodo will compensate you.
Free Site Seal
Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard certificates will display the internationally recognised Site Seal on your site. Customers continue to associate it with Reputability and trust.
Multi-Domain & SAN Support
A wildcard SSL certificate protects one domain in addition to unlimited subdomains. To protect your domain.com and billing.domain.com, you can use Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard.
Our goal is to provide the best SSL products so rest assured that this certificate is the best option for you. It can be returned within 15 days.
Get your customers’ trust by securing your website.
SSL Certification FAQs
A wildcard SSL certificate is the next-generation security solution that allows the main website and its subdomains to be secured by a single SSL certificate, even if the sites are on the multiple servers. It is a one-stop security solution for any website with multiple subdomains. It is a reliable and scalable certificate that unifies all subdomains security into singe certificate, saving money and making certificate management seamless.
In a nutshell, because you’ll be getting the exact same products as you would from buying direct, but at much lower prices. How is this possible? Because we’re partners with Comodo and we buy SSL in extremely large quantities at deeply discounted rates, so we’re able to pass those savings directly to our customers. Also, we don’t consider ourselves just an SSL provider, but rather a Premium SSL Service. That’s because we have a team of SSL experts standing by ready to support your order. You can always reach our SSL specialists via email, live chat, and telephone. So, whether you are securing a domain for a large company or a small web host, you can benefit from the time and money savings of a Comodo Premium Wildcard SSL Certificate.
Key benefits of a wildcard SSL certificate:
- It’s a cost-effective, unified solution for encrypting various subdomains on a single domain.
- It can add the latest encryption technology to your site, with 256-bit strength encryption.
- It is supported by all modern browsers and mobile devices.
- It’s futureproof – any new subdomains you add will automatically be protected.
Through a single SSL certificate, you can secure as many sub-domains as you need. For example, a single wildcard SSL certificate for *.domain.com can be used for:
Yes. Wildcard SSL certificates provides strong encryption for a main domain (TDL) and its multiple sub-domains. While purchasing the wildcard SSL, you need to place an asterisk before the domain level that you want to encrypt. This will allow all of its sub-domain variants to automatically be covered, no matter how many sub-domains you add later. For example, for *.website.com, the wildcard certificate will also cover sub-domains like blog.website.com, support.website.com, or any other.
If your website has a single sub-domain and you don’t intend to add any more, you should use a domain certificate. However, if your website has multiple sub-domains and you want to secure all of them, a wildcard certificate will be a lot more reasonable. Read our blog post on types of SSL certificates where we explained all significant SSL certificates and their features.
A key part of protecting your website from hackers is to ensure that your organisation has been verified and is legitimate. This is why our extended SSL and higher level security certificates require organisational verification.
In simple terms, a CSR or Certificate Signing Request is a small file that contains information regarding the organisation that has applied for an SSL certificate. It is recommended that the customer generates the CSR before ordering the SSL certificate, as once generated, the respective CA or Certification Authority uses the CSR to issue a new SSL server certificate. A Certificate Signing Request Code is created in a Base-64 Coded PEM Format, which can be accessed by using a text editor wherein the —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST—– and —–END CERTIFICATE REQUEST—– tags have to be mentioned.
Generating a CSR or a Certificate Signing Request is a mandatory aspect in the process of obtaining an SSL Certificate. Even though it might be little, this encoded text file has the authority to make your SSL Certificate null and void. Just keep in mind that while generating a CSR for a Wildcard certificate, the common name must ALWAYS start with an asterisk (*) for example: *.abc.com). In this way, the Asterisk character (*) – which is sometimes known as a wildcard character –can be utilised for any name later on.
Here’s what you’ll need to do it yourself:
- Go to the IIS (Internet Information services) manager in your cPanel.
- Identify and select your current server.
- Go to the section called server certificates.
- Complete the prompt to create a certificate request under actions on the right.
- Fill in your CSR details.
- Add the encrypted bit length for you SSL provider.
- Complete and save.
- The CSR will generate in plain text format. Save it in Notepad.
- Return to form on the website then copy and paste the CSR.
We have the expertise and resources to help you with any SSL issue. For assistance, contact our support team 24 hours a day.