UCC + Exchange Certificate
A Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) is an SSL certificate designed to secure multiple domain names and hostnames within a single certificate. UCCs are often used in Microsoft Exchange and Office Communication Server environments to secure up to 100 domains and provide unlimited server licenses. They provide organization validation and support the Autodiscover service in Exchange, which helps to simplify client administration. UCCs are suitable for use on business websites that collect sensitive customer data, such as e-commerce, corporate, NGO, or governmental websites, and offer encryption up to 256-bit.
One of the main benefits of using a Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) is that it allows users to protect multiple domains within a single certificate, which can save time and reduce the cost of managing SSL.
Comodo Domain Validated (DV) UCC SSL
Get it today @ $ 25.99 for a year
Comodo Domain Validated (DV) UCC SSL is a multi-domain SSL certificate that provides a secure HTTPS connection for multiple websites. It is equipped with a strong 2048-bit RSA signature key and 256-bit encryption to help ensure the security of the data transmitted between the client and server. DV UCC SSL certificates are a good option for those who want to secure multiple domains with basic SSL security without purchasing multiple SSL certificates.Read More
Sectigo OV UCC SSL Certificate
Get it today @ $ 92.99 for a year
Sectigo OV UCC SSL is a multi-domain SSL certificate designed to work with Microsoft Exchange and Communications servers but can also be used with other types of servers. It is a flexible SSL certificate that allows users to secure up to 250 domains and IPs using a single SSL certificate, which can reduce the cost and administrative workload associated with managing multiple SSL certificates.Read More
Sectigo Positive SSL Certificate
Get it today @ $ 6.99 for a year
Sectigo Positive SSL is a type of SSL certificate that is designed to provide a secure connection between a client and a server. It uses the SHA encryption algorithm and 2048-bit cryptographic keys to help maintain data confidentiality and protect against cyber attacks. In order to obtain a Sectigo Positive SSL certificate, users only need to prove their domain ownership. The certificate authority (CA) will issue the certificate within a few minutes. Positive SSL certificates can be configured on any server and can be re-issued an unlimited number of times.Read More
Certum Commercial Multi Domain Certificate (DV)
Get it today $ 17.99 for a year
Certum Commercial Multi Domain Certificate DV is for you if you run a business with multiple domains containing basic information from website visitors. You can easily secure up to 10 domains with this certificate. Initially, you get to secure 4 domains and then pay additional charges to add more domains under a solo certificate.Read More
Certum Trusted SSL Multi Domain Certificate (OV)
Get it today $ 159.99 for a year
Certu Trusted SSL Multi Domain Certificate is an organization validation certificate that secures up to 10 domains. Thus, if your business has multiple websites, there is no need to buy a separate SSL certificate. This way, you can save both time and money.Read More
Certum Premium Multi Domain EV SSL
Get it today $ 399.99 for a year
Certum Premium Multi Domain EV SSL is an extended validation (EV) website security certificate. You must provide domain registration details, company details and papers during the vetting process. It shows your company's name and details in the certificate details. No other certificate provides such a level of trust since it is an EV SSL certificate.Read More
Unlimited Server Licenses
Static Site Seal
Let the users know you’re a pro-security organization
There is no substitute for trust when it comes to making your website visitors, customers, or users feel comfortable in sharing their critical financial and personal information. All the UC + Exchange Certificate come with 256-bit encryption and 2048 or 4096-bit public and private keys. These are premium SSL certificates, and you need to go through a rigorous vetting process that proves you are who you say you are.
Extended Validation (EV) makes it easier for your customers to trust you since it displays your organization’s name and details in a section called certificate details and also comes paired with a site seal that you can place anywhere on your websites where the users can easily have a look at it and feel safe to enter their data (a transaction page sounds great, doesn’t it?)
How to Generate a CSR for Microsoft IIS 7
If you are interested in purchasing an SSL certificate, you will first need to create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR). The CSR is a file that contains information about your organization, including your name and email address. After creating the CSR, you can send it to our website along with payment for your certificate purchase.
You need to create a Certificate Signing Request before you can purchase an SSL certificate. A CSR is a file that contains your public key, which is used by the certificate authority to generate your SSL certificate.READ MORE