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Different SSL certificates provide different levels of security, depending on the level of protection and security features your website and its users need. You may be familiar with visual elements such as Site Seals, the HTTPS:// protocol appearing in the URL, but there are less-visible functions that help protect your website and visitors.
No matter what level of security you choose, your users will recognize that your site is safe, and that leads to greater trust in your brand online.
After you purchase an SSL certificate, it needs to be activated. After activation, you’ll receive installation instructions. From that point, you can manage your certificate.
Perfect for blogs, personal websites, and Facebook apps. It does not verify the site owner information and is not recommended to be used for e-Commerce or sites that have a user login.
Ideal for securing sites that take in customer info and require login credentials. Site owner information is verified by the Certificate Authority.
Recommended for sites requiring encryption for more sensitive customer information, such as credit cards. Site owner information is more thoroughly vetted by the Certificate Authority.
Single domain SSL certificates provide security for a single unique domain name or one subdomain. For example:
domain.com or domain.us or domain.org or subdomain1.domain.com or subdomain2.domain.com
Wildcard SSL certificates allow site owners to provide security for multiple subdomains on a single unique domain. A wildcard SSL certificate issued to *.domain.com can be used to secure hostnames such as:
domain.com; www.domain.com; login.domain.com; mail.domain.com
Site managers with multiple domains can use a multi-domain SSL certificate to secure several websites by including many domains on one certificate. It’s ideal for organizations with multiple unique domains hosted on a single server. For example:
blog.mysite.com, secure.mysite.co.uk, payment.mysite.net, blog.mysite.org