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EXTENDED VALIDATION SSL

Extended Validation SSL (EV SSL) is a type of digital certificate used to secure websites and establish encrypted connections between a web server and a user’s browser. It offers the highest level of validation and trust to website visitors.

ORGANIZATION VALIDATION SSL

Organization Validation SSL (OV SSL) is another type of digital certificate used to secure websites and establish encrypted connections between a web server and a user’s browser. While it provides a lower level of validation compared to Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates, OV SSL still offers important security features

DOMAIN VALIDATION SSL

Domain Validation (DV) SSL certificates offer essential encryption for securing website traffic, they lack the additional validation and trust indicators provided by Organization Validation (OV) and Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates.

WILDCARD SSL

Wildcard SSL certificates offer a convenient and cost-effective solution for securing a domain and its subdomains with a single certificate, making them a popular choice for businesses and organizations with complex web infrastructures.

MULTI-DOMAIN SSL

Multi-Domain SSL certificate, also known as a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) certificate or Unified Communications Certificate (UCC), is a type of SSL/TLS certificate that allows you to secure multiple domain names (fully qualified domain names or FQDNs) with a single certificate.

SINGLE CERTIFICATES

Single-domain SSL certificates provide security for a single domain, they may not be suitable for websites with multiple subdomains or complex web infrastructures. In such cases, Wildcard SSL certificates or Multi-Domain SSL certificates may be more appropriate to cover all the necessary domains and subdomains under a single certificate.

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Multi-Year Plan

Website security just got easier. With coverage ranging from 1-6 years, Sectigo’s multi-year plans provide instant savings and consistent coverage in a simplified, long-term solution. To comply with the latest security requirements, you’ll need to reissue your EV certificate once per year. 30 days before it’s time to reissue, we’ll send you email notifications along with instructions on how to reissue the updated certificate.