Answer a few simple questions to find the right SSL solution for you. 1. What do you need to secure? Website(s) - One or multiple domains or subdomains Network Infrastructure - Mail, FTP/SFTP, VPN Servers, Terminal Services, Firewalls, Routers, Remote Network Connections IP Address - One or multiple public IP addresses Local domain - Domain name used within a private network, not registered with a domain registrar. Software - Digital goods such as apps, software, scripts, or codes Email/Documents - Email communications and/or documents created using Microsoft Office or OpenOffice Documents - Adobe Documents 2. Do you have a registered domain name? Yes - My domain is registered and public. No - My domain or IP address is private/local/reserved. 3. How many domains do you need to secure? One Domain - domain.com (as well as www.domain.com) Wildcard - *.domain.com - One domain name (domain.com) and an unlimited number of its sub-domains (ex.: domain.com, my.domain.com, mail.domain.com, etc) Multi-Domain (UCC/SAN) - domain1.com, domain2.com etc. Multiple distinct domains or subdomains. Multi-Domain Wildcard - domain1.com, *.domain2.com etc. Multiple distinct domains, along with wildcard domain names. 4. What type of validation do you want? Domain Validation - quick 3-5 minutes validation, no paperwork needed. Business Validation - comes with a dynamic site seal and displays the company name in the SSL Certificate details in the browser to increase trust. Requires a registered business, and sometimes paperwork (letter from a Certified Public Accountant or Attorney). Extended Validation - it represents the highest level of trust. It comes with a dynamic site seal and displays the company name in the SSL Certificate details in the browser. Requires a registered business and paperwork (letter from a Certified Public Accountant or Attorney).