Comodo Multi Domain SSL Certificates

Comodo SSL

Comodo is a leading SSL Certificate Authority among business and personal website owners. With more than 36% share of the SSL certificate market, it offers digital security services for over 3 million customers. The company is credited to be the first authority that released the Extended Validation (EV) certificate. The Comodo SSL Certificate guarantees the connection encryption between your website’s server and your client’s browser. By encrypting the data, Comodo assures the authenticity, integrity and privacy of the exchanged information. Comodo SSL Certificates are developed for different existing platforms, such as:
  • Banks;
  • Large, medium and small businesses;
  • Personal websites;
  • E-commerce websites;
  • Mail and intranet servers;
  • Microsoft Exchange and Office Communication Servers;
  • Multiple domains, etc.
Besides issuing SSL certificates, Comodo also performs data security enhancement for business, e-commerce and individual websites and PCs. You should consider buying a Comodo SSL Certificate from this worldwide recognized authority, as they will provide you the best vulnerability management service and premium technical support.

Multiple Domain SSL (UCC/SAN)

The Subject Alternative Name Certificate (SAN SSL) also called the Unified Communication Certificate (UCC SSL) or the Multi Domain SSL Certificate was particularly developed to secure multiple domains and sometimes subdomains by owning one single SSL certificate. This type of certificate ensures the security for both, your internal and external domains/subdomains and is fully compatible with your Microsoft Exchange products and Microsoft Office Communications Server. UCC/SAN Certificates are not just easy to be managed but are the most cost-effective option. These Multi Domain Certificates give you the opportunity to secure your main domain, for example, ssldragon.com, together with many other totally distinct domains, like ssldragon.net, sslcertificates.com. Some SAN/UCC Certificates also allow you to secure the subdomains that belong to the domain names which you are securing, such as mail.ssldragon.com and account.ssldragon.com. Unlike Wildcard Certificates, UCC/SAN certificates are available in all three validation methods: Domain Validation (DV), Business Validation (BV) and Extended Validation (EV).