DigiCert is the industry’s most trusted and widely respected provider of high-assurance certificates, trusted by the world’s top companies to secure billions of transactions, worth billions of dollars, every day. For good reason. Since their founding almost two decades ago, DigiCert has been committed to doing what’s right for the internet, putting people ahead of technology, and constantly searching for a better way to solve tomorrow’s most challenging problems. From innovative tools to make the certificate process faster and easier to manage, to security solutions for the post-quantum computing age.
SECURE SITE CERTIFICATES
The industry’s leading TLS/SSL certificate is now on trusted DigiCert roots. Whether you partner with us as a reseller, independent vendor or other technology provider, you can differentiate your offerings and build brand reputation with our Secure Site certificates. They include the Norton™ seal—the most well-recognized symbol for online trust—plus priority 24/7 support and exclusive access to the fastest validation experience available.
Features & Benefits
Here are the different digicert secure site features:
Sectigo Multi-Domain are Organization Validated (or OV) SSL certificates that enable encryption, and turn on web browser trust indicators while offering validation of the identity of the organization that controls the certificate. Compatible with all popular browsers, server software, and internet infrastructure components, OV certificates offer strong 256-bit encryption.
This SSL certificate includes 3 domains (Common name + 2 additional SAN names)
includes 3 domains name (Common name + 2 additional SAN names)
A domain validated certificate is the most rudimentary type of certificate, in terms of validating the website owner’s identity and legitimate claim to the domain. It basically asserts that the certificate was authorized by the domain name owner, and that is the extent of it. It does not guarantee that the website owner is a legitimate entity. While the SSL session is guaranteed encrypted, this is done in the absence of any assertion of confidence in the credibility of the website owner. This can leave open the possibility for phishing or “man in the middle” attacks and scams, and should not be used for commercial websites which involve significant financial transactions, particularly where government oversight and regulation may be involved.