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en:ssl:standard:wildcard [01/20/2016 at 15:57]
Ryan A. (Gandi) [Gandi's Wildcard Standard SSL Certificates]
en:ssl:standard:wildcard [08/12/2017 at 08:40] (current)
Jeremie B. (Gandi)
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 <note>If you need to secure various domain names through one certificate, however (eg. ''%%www.example.com%%'' and ''%%www.example.net%%''), then you would want to choose one of our [[en:ssl:standard:multi-domain|Multi-domain certificates]], as opposed to a Wildcard certificate.</note> <note>If you need to secure various domain names through one certificate, however (eg. ''%%www.example.com%%'' and ''%%www.example.net%%''), then you would want to choose one of our [[en:ssl:standard:multi-domain|Multi-domain certificates]], as opposed to a Wildcard certificate.</note>
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 +<note>A Wildcard certificate secures the bare domain (apex) and unlimited first-level subdomains: ''%%example.com%%'' and ''%%*.example.com%%'' ; but it does not secure higher levels such as ''%%*.*.example.com%%'' and so on. To cover say ''%%*.sub.example.com%%'', you will need to buy another Wildcard certificate. To cover ''%%www.sub.example.com%%'', you will need to buy another Single-address certificate.</note>
  
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Last modified: 08/12/2017 at 08:40 by Jeremie B. (Gandi)