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Why are SSL term changes happening?Starting on 2020/09/01 SSL/TLS certificates cannot be issued for longer than 13 months (397 days). Any SSL certificate bought after this date will have the new term length applied and those bought before will be grandfathered in. For more information check out this blog article that goes into more detail around the term change and GoDaddy’s response.
What is a Multi-domain SAN SSL Certificate?A Subject Alternative Names (SAN) SSL Certificate secures multiple websites with different domain names – for example, LilysBikes.com, LilysBikeShop.com and Lilys.bike. These certificates are often used by businesses that maintain related websites under different domain names. Those who don't want the sites to appear “connected” to each other should not use this type of certificate.
Our SAN Certificate also covers unlimited server licenses. SAN Certificates can be used with shared hosting.
Who should get a SAN SSL?
Anyone who has more than one website to protect should consider a SAN Certificate. It's more time- and cost-effective than buying separate SSL certificates for each website.
SAN or multi-domain SSLs are ideal for environments such as Microsoft Exchange Server when you need to secure multiple websites with different domain names.
How does someone know they can trust my signature?When someone attempts to download or run unsigned code, their browser attempts to validate the security of the downloaded content. A security warning pops up or the Web page content fails to load, depending on the browser security settings. These warnings create suspicion and confusion for the user.
Digitally signing code prevents unnecessary warning dialogues when end users attempt to run the signed application or executable file.
Can I add new websites to my SAN SSL Certificate later?Yes. Let's say you only have 4 websites you want to protect when you buy your SAN Certificate. Then you create another one. Simply change the number on your SSL dashboard, and then do a free re-issue. Details
Our standard SAN SSL Certificate covers up to 5 websites. You can secure more websites for a fee in increments of 5. For example, a single SAN SSL can protect up to 5 sites, 10 sites, 15 sites, etc. The maximum number of websites that can be secured by one SAN SSL is 100.
Why choose GoDaddy SSL Certificates?
We offer a complete range of certificates that comply with CA/Browser Forum guidelines. All our certificates feature:
- SHA-2 hash algorithm and 2048-bit encryption
- Outstanding security support
- 30-day money-back guarantee