Securing multiple domains
Multi-domain SSL Certificates allow you to secure multiple different domains and/or subdomains, for example: www.mydomain.com, www.my-other-domain.com, example.mydomain.com; some of these certificates secure up to three different domains with the initial certificate, then a reduced annual fee must be paid for each additional domain secured.
Site Seal. This is a graphic representation of you protection and reminds your customers that your site is protected.
99.9% Browser Ubiquity. Our selection of SSL certificates ensures that they are supported by all popular browsers.
Up to 256-bit Encryption Level. Our SSL certificates use either 256-bit or 128-bit encryption depending on requirements.
Some of our multi-domain SSL Certificates secure up to 3 domains with the initial certificate purchase and some of them even provide Green Address Bar for the multiple domains or subdomains of the certificate.
To speed up the issuance process of your certificate you need to ensure that you have the correct contact information on the WHOIS records for your domain. You also need a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) generated for your domain in your web server and probably a dedicated IP address associated with your hosting service. If your domain is hosted with us, we can help you to setup your SSL certificate, do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information.
SSL certificates need to be installed on your web server. Infinitium can provide you with SSL installation support only if the domain for which the SSL certificate being issued is hosted with us. If the domain is hosted with any other provider, you need to contact their support department for assistance with CSR generation and SSL installation.
Despite this is uncommon, selected orders may be flagged for an additional "Brand Validation" procedure by the Certificate Authority if it identifies that could be trade mark rights involved or other type of issues. 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.