GoGetSSL Wildcard SSL is one of the most affordable solutions when you need to secure one domain and multiple subdomains. This wildcard certificate is an excellent choice for basic websites or small businesses on a tight budget. It comes with industry-standard encryption, a generous warranty, and a static site seal to boost users’ trust.
You don’t need paperwork to get this certificate. Domain Validation is automated. All you have to do is select a verification method of your choice (Email / DNS CNAME) and wait for the GoGetSSL to deliver the installation files. The whole process takes around five minutes.
Secures unlimited subdomains
GoGetSSL Wildcard SSL will secure all your existing and future subdomains under a single SSL installation. That’s very convenient when you have several subdomains to protect and don’t want to waste time installing separate certificates for each subdomain.
Compatible with almost any platform
This wildcard certificate will work on almost any server and email client. And, with 99.3% browser compatibility, all your visitors will benefit from powerful encryption on both desktop and mobile devices.
All GoGetSSL certificates provide high-end security and state-of-the-art encryption. Your users’ sensitive data is safe behind the strong 256-bit encryption and the 2048-bit RSA signature key. Elliptic Curve Cryptography is also available.
To ease your concerns about potential data breaches or certificate miss-issuance, GoGetSSL offers a $50,000 SSL warranty for your and your customers’ peace of mind. In case of any mistake on the CAs end, the end-user will receive generous compensation.
This wildcard certificate comes with the highly recognizable GoGetSSL site seal that you can place anywhere on your site to enhance clients’ confidence in your services. The seal is available in different PNG versions to fit any design.
Unlimited server licensing and unlimited reissues
You can re-issue this certificate free of charge an unlimited number of times and use it on as many servers as you need before its expiration date.