There was a time when a website’s security was not very important. Nowadays though, website security is of the utmost importance for visitors, and even more important for buyers. People need to trust a website in order to give it sensitive data, such as credit card info, passwords, etc. Earning your visitor’s trust is about to become even more difficult as many browsers are planning, among other things, to feature safety warnings right next to any unsecure site that handles passwords or credit cards. This way, people won’t even have to see a website to know that it is not secure. Naturally, this makes encryption and validation almost obligatory for any website that wants to have visitors.
Generally, a domain name or URL requires just one certificate to be secure. But what if you need to secure multiple domains? How can you manage their security without sacrificing budget and time?
This article explains what Multiple Domain certification is, how it works and when it is needed.