There are two different types of SSL certificates that are available. Both offer 256-bit SSL certificate encryption and a site seal logo to let visitors to your website know that your website is 100% secure.
Standard SSL Certificate
A Standard 256-bit SSL Certificate for a single website on a 1 year term would be perfect for small and start up businesses who would like to prove to their visitors that their details are 100% secure, showing the https:// URL prefix and a padlock icon on the web browser.
Wildcard SSL Certificate
A single Wildcard Certificate can be shared among any number of sub-domains on your website, minimising security costs but keeping the protection level high. As an example, a Wildcard SSL certificate would cover:
With Wildcard SSL, you also get https:// URL prefix and a padlock icon on the web browser.
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