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What is the Difference Between Positive SSL and Wildcard SSL?

Positive SSL, Mutli-Domain SSL and Wildcard SSL certificates can be differentiated in terms of protection they offer to the domains and sub domains.

Positive SSL Certificate: Standard SSL certificate commonly called as positive SSL can secure only one main domain. It cannot be used to protect sub-domain(s) added under the main domain.

Wildcard SSL Certificate: Single certificate that secures a domain and multiple sub domains under it. However, it cannot protect more than one main domain.

Multi-Domain SSL Certificate: Renders protection to multiple main domains, up to 3 domains. But it cannot protect sub domains added under those main domains.

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