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Certificado SSL comodín

Protege un sitio web y todas las páginas relacionadas.

Desde
239,99 €/año
299,99 €/año tras la renovación

Servidores ilimitados. Subdominios ilimitados. Gran ahorro.

Un certificado SSL comodín cifra toda la información que se envía a un solo sitio web o a cualquiera de las páginas relacionadas (subdominios). Pagarás un solo certificado SSL para proteger lilysbikes.com (sitio web), mobile.lilysbikes.com (subdominio) y shop.lilysbikes.com (subdominio). Además, solo tendrás que instalar y administrar un SSL.

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El cifrado más fuerte del mundo.
Nuestros certificados SSL comodín presentan cifrado SHA-2 y de 2048 bits, el más fuerte del mundo. Cuidado, hackers.
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Protege servidores ilimitados.
Un solo certificado protege servidores y subdominios ilimitados, todo desde un solo panel de control.
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Recibe ayuda cuando la necesites
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Compara los tipos de certificados SSL.

SSL de validación de dominios
(DV)

SSL de validación organizativa
(OV)

SSL de validación extendida
(EV)

Demuestra la propiedad del dominio
Demuestra la propiedad del dominio
Valida la organización
Valida la organización
Muestra que la empresa es legítima
Muestra que la empresa es legítima
Mejora el posicionamiento en Google®
Mejora el posicionamiento en Google®
El cifrado SHA-2 y de 2048 bits más potente
El cifrado SHA-2 y de 2048 bits más potente
Candado en la barra de direcciones
Candado en la barra de direcciones
Barra de direcciones en verde
Barra de direcciones en verde
Protege un sitio web
Protege un sitio web
Protege varios sitios web
(SSL SAN para varios dominios)
Protege varios sitios web
(SSL SAN para varios dominios)
Protege todos los subdominios
(SSL comodín)
Protege todos los subdominios
(SSL comodín)
Sello de confianza de seguridad
Sello de confianza de seguridad

Your questions, our answers


What is a Wildcard SSL Certificate?

Wildcard SSL’s secure your entire website, including the primary domain and all of its subdomains. When you’re running a business, like lilysbikes.com, and you need to secure blog.lilysbikes.com, and shop.lilysbikes.com, a wildcard SSL lets you secure all three, and any other subdomains as your website continues to grow.


Why should I get a Wildcard SSL?

Anyone looking to secure multiple subdomains under the same domain should consider getting a wildcard SSL certificate. Instead of having to install multiple certificates to cover each individual subdomain, you can use a Wildcard SSL to cover all of them.


What are the advantages of a Wildcard SSL certificate?

First off, there’s no limit to the number of subdomains you can protect. If you have a large business site with many subdomains, all of them are covered under one certificate as long as they are at the same level.

Additionally, when you have a lot of subdomains, it is significantly cheaper to get a wildcard certificate to cover all of them, instead of multiple individual certificates.


What types of Wildcard Certificates can I purchase?

Wildcard Certificates are available as Domain (DV) or Organization/Individual Validated (OV/IV) SSL certificates. Due to the industry requirements behind EV certificates, we are unable to issue a Wildcard EV SSL certificate.

You can purchase a Wildcard SSL certificate for 1-year, 2-year, or 3-year terms.


Are there any servers that are incompatible with Wildcard SSL certificates?

If you are using an SSL certificate to cover multiple subdomains on a Microsoft Exchange server, you will need to purchase a UCC SSL certificate instead of a Wildcard SSL certificate, as Exchange requires that each subdomain is spelled out on the certificate for it to work correctly. This also ensures that older mobile devices will be able to properly connect to your Exchange certificate, as there are older mobile operating systems that are unable to recognize a Wildcard SSL certificate.


Can I combine SAN and Wildcard SSL certificates?

No. You cannot use a wildcard domain in a UCC certificate. In this case, you would need to evaluate your needs, as well as the number of subdomains you need to cover to determine which type of SSL certificate would work best for you.