Multi-domain certificates are often called “unified communications” or “UC” certificates. This is a reference to one common use of these certificates, which is to secure Microsoft messaging products such as Exchange. Multi-domain certificates sometimes have 100 or more SAN fields, and some or all of these fields may contain wildcards, creating a hybrid “multi-domain wildcard” certificate What is a Comodo Multi-Domain SSL Certificate?
Organizations may require the ability to secure an unlimited amount of sub-domains within their network. In addition to securing up to 200 other SAN entries. This can be accomplished when deploying a Multi-Domain SSL Certificate by adding a SAN entry with the (*) convention of a Wildcard for that domain.
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Unified Communication Certificates
Secure Microsoft exchange
Server (2007 – Newer)
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A single certificate secures both domain.com and www.domain.com.
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Provides the strongest SSL encryption available by using SHA-256 and 2048 bit RSA keys. All certificates are available with Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) Support
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Organizations choose this level when they require the most stringent security. EV level SSL certificates provide consumers with a visual cue as they browse the Internet. "Depending on which browser you use, they turn either the address bar or the lock green.
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