Protect your customers from identity theft
PositiveSSL Multi-Domain certificates make it possible for site owners to secure multiple personal websites easily by including up to 100 domains within a single certificate. An example of this would be a business having secure.mydomain.com, secure.mydomain.co.uk, and secure.mydomain.net within the same PositiveSSL Multi-Domain.
This certificate can be issued within 15 minutes and, like all SSL solutions from Namecheap, it provides encryption, validation, and trust for your website.
|Duration||1 Year||2 Years||3 Years||4 Years||5 Years|
|Price / Year||$35.99|
|Additional Domain First 3 domains included!|
|Price / Year|
|Domains Included||3 (domains and/or subdomains)|
|Add'l Domains||up to 97 (domains and/or subdomains)|
|Great for||Personal Websites|
|Validation Level||Domain (DV)|
|Secures||blog.mysite.com, secure.mysite.co.uk, payment.mysite.net, www.blog.mysite.org|
|Key Length||RSA key length from 2048-bit|
|Encryption||up to 256-bit|
Security for multiple domains
The Comodo PositiveSSL Multi-Domain certificate provides basic-level domain validation. This is ideal for businesses who've already established a fairly high level trust with their customers.
This powerful certificate can secure up to three domains by default (one primary common name [CN] + two alternative names [SANs]). And with additional SANs, you can secure up to 100 unique domains.
With Comodo PositiveSSL Multi-Domain, you get unlimited server licenses, meaning you have the option to install the certificate on as many physical servers as you wish.
You receive a free static Site Seal with every PositiveSSL Multi-Domain certificate. This provides your customers with instant visual confirmation that your website is secure.
Comodo handles the validation online, so the process goes quickly and smoothly. There's no paperwork involved!
We want you to be sure you've got the right SSL to meet your needs. That's why there's a generous 15-Day Refund Policy in place for Comodo PositiveSSL Multi-Domain.
When you need to secure more than one domain in the most cost-efficient way possible, a cheap positiveSSL multi-domain certificate is the answer you are looking for. They are ideal for both global organizations and weberepreneurs managing different startup ventures at the same time. Whichever you may be, you can enjoy the same consistently high standard of encryption across your entire digital portfolio. You can show every customer and visitor everywhere that you take looking after their data seriously.
The money you save doesn’t stop at the price. Cheap PositiveSSL multi-domain certificates deliver entirely new levels of cost-efficiency. Imagine being able to manage the security on every single website you own in one place. You can forget the cost of having multiple certificates, with multiple renewal prices. Now you can budget for one low cost that secures everything you need.
It’s not just money savings that are on offer to those who buy cheap PositiveSSL multi-domain certificates. You will also save time by having one certificate that secures everything. You can forget about having to juggle multiple domain renewals at different times of the year. Just manage everything in one place, and get on with growing your business.
You need to have a CSR generated on your web server for your domain name.
SSL certificates must be installed on your web server. Therefore, an end-to-end SSL installation support is possible only in cases where the domain name is hosted with Namecheap. If the domain is hosted with any other provider, please contact their support team for assistance with CSR generation and SSL installation.
Selected orders may be flagged for an additional "Brand Validation" procedure by the Certificate Authority. This is a necessary security measure. If the order is flagged for Brand Validation, SSL issuance will be delayed for a period of time deemed necessary by the Certificate Authority.
To give you the best price and comply with security standards 2, 3, 4 and 5-year SSL should be reissued annually for free to avoid service interruption.