Thawte SSL123 Wildcard certificate Buy

The most affordable Wildcard TLS certificate from Thawte certification authority. Trust is based on domain validation (DV), which allows you to issue this TLS certificate in minutes. It is a so-called "Low authenticated" certificate, only containing information about the domain, with no company details.

DV - domain vetting
Thawte site seal
1-250 Additional domains
2 min Issuing Time
100% Browser Recognition
  • PriceFrom $745
  • 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)$500 000

Recommended certificate use

We recommend using SSL123 certificate for websites when you need security quickly and for an affordable price. It is applicable in practically all areas requiring TLS communication, but mainly for intranet solutions, mail server security or simple web applications/pages.
If you focus on user-friendliness and a high level of trust, we recommend using EV certificates (Extended Validation) or OV certificates (Organization Validation).

Thawte SSL123 Wildcard price list

Thawte SSL123 Wildcard secures an unlimited number of subdomains and can be used on an unlimited number of servers. You can also include other domains such as SANs (FQDNs) for an additional fee.

1-year Price

£225.00
  • CA sells it for: $745
  • Huge savings over the CA price
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Additional SANs

+ 1x domains (FQDN): £30.00

+ 1x Wildcard: £200.00

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2-year Price

£395.00
  • CA sells it for: $1490
  • Huge savings over the CA price
  • Lower price per year

Additional SANs

+ 1x domains (FQDN): £52.00

+ 1x Wildcard: £350.00

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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.

Look of the Thawte SSL123 Wildcard certificate in your browser's address bar

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Wildcard certificate secures all subdomains in place of the asterisk. Typically, 3rd-level subdomains are secured using Wildcard. For example, the certificate for *.zoner.com secures the subdomains mail.zoner.com, autodiscovery.zoner.com and others.

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).
The CSR for a Wildcard certificate is created for the domain including asterisk; for example *.zoner.com. The asterisk in Common name represents the position of future subdomains, which may be unlimited.

You can create CSRs in the SSLmarket order to save your time. Then you are sure that CSR is correct for the order.
Additional SANs can be added to the Wildcard certificate. You can combine both the wildcard SANs and the regular domain names (FQDN). Adding SANs is completely flexible and for additional costs.