Thawte® SSL Web Server Multi-Domain Wildcard
The most comprehensive encryption solution from the world's first international CA
For larger companies with diverse web holdings, encrypting your entire portfolio of websites and sub-domains can be an incredibly complicated and oftentimes expensive proposition. Fortunately, there's an extremely affordable and straightforward solution available from one of the most trusted names in web security: The Thawte SSL Web Server Multi-Domain Wildcard.
Thawte is one of the most respected, well-known names in the SSL industry. As the first international CA, the first CA to recognize internationalized domain names and with industry-leading multi-language support throughout the global work day, Thawte is a brand that has become synonymous with security and integrity. Aligning your brand with Thawte is a surefire way to boost consumer confidence while securing your web presence.
The Thawte SSL Web Server Multi-Domain Wildcard is just another example of the ways Thawte helps its consumers with ready-made encryption solutions that can fit almost any company—near or far. The SSL Web Server Multi-Domain Wildcard features both multi-domain and wildcard functionality—a feat made possible with the use of Wildcard SANs. Wildcard SANs give companies and organizations the flexibility to encrypt multiple domains, or all of the sub-domains associated with a domain. It works like you might expect, to encrypt a domain simply enter the FQDN in the Wildcard SAN field. Or, to make use to the wildcard functionality, use an asterisk before the domain name and encrypt all accompanying sub-domains.
Best of all, this is an organization validated SSL certificate, which means that any visitor that clicks on the padlock icon or site seal of any of the domains or sub-domains you've encrypted will see verified company information to help assure them of your true identity. 2017 will see the use of SSL become mandated by the browsers, which means almost every site will now display the standard visual indicators of encryption. By taking the extra steps to undergo business authentication, not only will you be keeping your customers' communication safe—you'll also be protecting them from phishing attacks and other potential fraud.