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Symantec™ is the world’s most trusted SSL certificate brand in the world. A Symantec SSL certificate can enable the globally recognised Norton™ Secured Seal on every site they protect. The Symantec Secure Site is one of the most feature-rich Organization Validated (OV) certificate in the industry, providing encryption strength of up to 256-bit, one of the highest industry warranty ($1,500,000) and free daily malware scan. With these features and the Norton Seal, the Secure Site is sure to provide top-of-the-line protection and the highest level of trust to any e-commerce business.
A Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL Certificate, also known as Multi-Domain SSL Certificate can be used to secure multiple Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDNs). SAN certificates provide flexibility when your websites use different domain names. Unlike wildcard certificates that can only support prefix or subdomain names of a single domain, SAN certificates support all the domains entered into the certificate.
SAN certificates are useful when organisations want to use different root or domain names to run Internet-facing services. For example, an organisation that controls domain.com and domain.net domains can use a single SAN certificate to secure both FQDNs. Rather than buying an individual SSL certificate for each and every domain you control, this SSL is a cost-effective alternative that simplifies the validation process, saves you money, and offers the encryption you require.
The Symantec Secure Site SSL certificate can secure up to 100 different FQDNs in one certificate. You can add as many as you need, up to 100 total. This is one of the most efficient certificate that we offer.
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You can configure your SSL certificate within minutes by simply filling up a form.
You need to follow the instructions given to validate your domain ownership.
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