US - English

Multi-Domain SSL Certificate

A multi-domain SSL certificate (referred to as SAN/UCC cert) protect all sorts of different fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) on a single server. It is a money and time-saving solution that allows you to secure up to 250 domains and sub-domains during the certificate life cycle. Moreover, SAN certificate is also recommended by Microsoft Exchange Server.

Multi-Domain SSL Certificate Multi-Domain SSL Certificate

Most Popular Multi-domain SSL

Multi-domain SSL certificates


A SAN/UCC certificate for multiple domains security

A SAN/UCC certificate for multiple domains security

Best of all, it is incredibly convenient for website owners to manage only one multi-domain SSL certificate to protect all sorts of different FQDNs while enjoying a better discount. The features are as follows:

  • Support 2048-bit private key encryption.
  • Add or remove your SANs after issuance.
  • Protect standard SANs, such as,, etc.
  • Convenient & cost-effective for the certificate management and renewal.
  • Available in all three validation types: DV, OV, and EV.
  • Compatible with all major operating systems and browsers.

FAQs on SSL Certificates

Read More

SSL Installation Guide

Get Help

SSL Tools

Use SSL Tools

Check Out Popular SSL Certificates

FAQs on Multi-domain (SAN) SSL certificate

QWhat is a multi-domain certificate?


A standard SSL certificate protects only one domain name while the multi-domain SSL certificate secures up to 250 different Subject Alternative Names (SANs). This allows you to generate a certificate for all your domains and makes it easier to manage your certificates.

QWhat is the difference between a SAN certificate and a Wildcard certificate?


A SAN certificate lets you secure a fixed number of domains, subdomains and more. On the other hand, a wildcard SSL certificate allows you secure an unlimited number of subdomains under a unique top-level domain name.

QCan I use one IP address with a multi-domain SSL certificate?


Yes. A multi-domain SSL certificate can be setup to secure multiple websites and domains on a single dedicated IP address.

QCan I get a SAN certificate for IP addresses?


Yes. DV multi-domain certificate lets you to protect public IP addresses. Tips: SAN certificates cannot be issued to internal server names and reserved IP addresses.

QHow to choose a multi-domain SSL certificate?


Multi-domain certificates are available in all three validation types: Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV), and Extended Validation (EV). Except the certificate type, you shall take certificate brand in consider.

  • Digicert (Symantec) is the most recognized SSL certificate in the world, which is a perfect solution preferred by many enterprises like e-commerce and financial firms.
  • Entrust is also one of the famous SSL certificate providers. Entrust certificates with fast issuance are requested by many large-scale IT companies, e-commerce enterprises.
  • Multi-domain certificates of Geotrust and Sectigo(Comodo)are cheap and suitable for SMBs.

All in all, you’ve got a popular multi-domain certificate at a good price from