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Can I protect various sub-domains with one certificate?

A SSL certificate is normally issued to a specific host name. This means that an SSL certificate for "" can not be used for another host name, eg "".

To overcome this limitation, we offer the EuropeanSSL Wildcard Certificates. This certificate type allows you to protect an unlimited number of subdomains under the same main domain name.

Our Wildcard certificates can also be used on an unlimited number of physical servers. Thus, there are no additional licensing fees when using a wildcard certificate on multiple physical machines.

A wildcard certificate for * protects, for example:


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