› Single Domain SSL Certificate
This type of certificate is valid for one specific domain. For instance, it will secure only ‘example.com’ and not ‘blog.example.com’.
› Multi-Domain SSL Certificates
These certificates allow you to secure multiple domain names under one SSL certificate. This is beneficial for businesses with multiple subdomains and unified communications certificates.
› Wildcard SSL Certificates
These certificates secure a domain and its multiple subdomains. For example, a single wildcard SSL certificate could secure ‘example.com’, ‘blog.example.com’, and ‘store.example.com’.
› Extended Validation SSL Certificate
EV stands for Extended Validation. An EV SSL certificate requires more extensive validation of the entity behind the domain and turns the address bar green, providing extra assurance to users.