We will answer a few questions to help you find the SSL certificate you need:
1. Where are you placed?
Our certificates are issued worldwide, but there are also some exceptions.
2. You have a business or personal website?
If you do not sell products on your personal website, a standard SSL certificate (DV) is enough. This information also applies to business information sites. ECommerce sites should use an EV-Extended Validation SSL certificate for a single domain.
3. What type of web server you use?
SSL certificates are functional on several or even multiple server types (Apache, Nginx, etc.). To protect multiple domains on the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Exchange Server 2010, or Live® Communications Server, then you need a multi-domain SSL, UCC - Unified Communications Certificate.
4. You need to protect multiple domains?
SSL wildcard covers multiple subdomains. For example, use a wildcard to protect *.example.com, which would cover shop.example.com, www.example.com, and any other subdomains.
UCC - Unified Communications Certificates SSL will cover multiple domains, subdomains, and websites. For example, you can secure www.example.com, mail.example.com, and www.otherexample.com.
5. You need an SSL certificate to support Intel vPro technology for remote PC administration?
Then you will need an OV - Organization Validation certificate.