Positive SSL Certificate Vs. Positive SSL Wildcard Certificate

by James Grieg
Positive SSL Certificates are low-cost, instant-issued SSL by PositiveSSL - A COMODO group. The typical functionality of a Wildcard SSL Certificate, on the other hand, is to secure a website URL along with its multiple sub-domains.

Here is a comparison of both for you to be able to check what fits your needs.

Both are domain-validated, instant-issued SSL Certs available with 128- to 256-bit level strong encryption support and 1024-bit industry standard encryption support and are inherently trusted by 99.3% of the current Internet population. Both get you the benefit of instant issuance (no more paperwork required) and are supported by Intranet and Internet websites. Both come with discount on multiyear purchase, unlimited free reissue at any time, and free PositiveSSL security site seal.

Then where does the difference lie?

Difference lies in the Wildcard functionality of a Positive SSL Wildcard Certificate and also some extra benefits with it.

While with a Positive SSL Wildcard Certificate you will be able to secure a website URL along with its multiple sub-domains, this is not typical of a Positive SSL. Secondly, you get free registration in IdAuthority and 24x7 email and web support with it.

So, if you are looking for a Positive SSL Certificate that?s low-cost, instant-issued, and designed to secure unlimited sub-domains, your choice should be a Positive SSL Wildcard Certificate.

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