Secure Site Wildcard is a prestigious Wildcard certificate with ECC encryption support. Saves the cost of purchasing individual certificates and supports SANs. You can secure up to 250 domains.
- Pricefrom £1190
- Validity1-2 years
- Secures domain incl. www
- Compatible w/all major browsers
- Public key algorithm RSA & ECC
- Symmetric encryption256 bit
- Public key length2.048 (3.072/4.096) bits
- Root CADigiCert Global G2
- Money-back guarantee30 days
- Certificate reissuefree and unlimited
- Multi-domain support (SAN)YES
- Warranty (USD)$1.750.000
Recommended certificate use
Prestigious Secure Site Certificates are used primarily by the banking and finance sectors where maximum security from the largest CA is required. However, e-shops, reservation systems and personal data transmission protection are also suitable. The certificate brings you and your visitors strong security from the world's most respected certification authority.
For the security of banks, payment systems and sensitive information, we recommend the EV certificate with Extended Validation. This makes it easier to identify your site, provides better security guarantees, and effectively protects you against phishing. More details of the Secure Site EV (Extended Validation) certificate.
Premium features of Secure Site Certificate
With the Secure Site certificate, you get the fastest company verification with priority support. With each Secure Site certificate, you also get anti-malware control for your website.
With each Secure Site certificate for your site you get the Norton Secured seal - the most famous security symbol on the Internet. Research has shown that almost 90% of users recognize that a page bearing the Norton Secured seal is safe for them. The symbol is displayed more than a billion times a day and is used by over 100,000 sites in 170 countries. Join them too. We will be happy to help you deploy the seal on your website.
Secure Site Wildcard price list
Secure Site Wildcard supports RSA and ECC keys. You can add up to 250 additional domains as SANs (FQDN, Wildcard).
- CA sells it for: $399
- Huge savings over the CA price
+ 1x domain (FQDN): £186.00
+ 1x Wildcard: £1,306.00Buy
- CA sells it for: $695
- Huge savings over the CA price
- Lower price per year
+ 1x domain (FQDN): £325.00
+ 1x Wildcard: £2,285.00Buy
Prices are without VAT.
The certificate in the browser
All the TLS certificates we offer are 100% trusted and website visitors are not bothered by browser errors.
In a web browser, secure communication is shown in the address bar using the lock icon and the letter "s" next to the http in the URL.
You can check the certificate owner and issuer by clicking on the lock. Learn moe about the TLS certificate in the browser.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What subdomains can be secured with a Wildcard certificate?
If the Wildcard certificate is issued for a 3L domain * .zoner.com, it also secures the 2L base domain zoner.com. However, this does not apply to asterisks on a lower-level domain (*.something.zoner.com does not secure something.zoner.com).
How to Create a CSR for Wildcard Certificate
You can create CSRs in the SSLmarket order to save your time and then you are sure that the CSR is correct for the order.
Is it possible to add SANs to Wildcard certificate?
How to install the Norton Secured seal to your website
Each Secure Site Certificate allows you to place a Norton Secured Seal on the website. Of course, you can use it only on the website secured by this certificate. You need to generate the appropriate code to put it on your site.
You can choose from multiple sizes, dark/light backgrounds, and multiple languages. For assistance with installation, please contact our customer support.
How does web anti-malware work?
For each Secure Site certificate, you get free anti-malware protection for your site. This means that you can have it scanned from outside by over 70 antiviruses at once. You can obtain the means for this scan from our customer support.
Scanning for malicious code is very important because if someone attacks your site and places viruses or malware on the FTP or source code, they can very easily destroy it. This is because a compromised site will block search engines and browsers very quickly and prevents access to them. Thus, attacking the site has quite fatal consequences.