- The Comodo Positive Multi-Domain SSL Certificate ⤵
- Adding Domains Mid-year ⤵
- Multi-Domain Installation Questions ⤵
HostGator is pleased to offer Comodo's Positive Multi-Domain SSL certificate, which makes it possible to secure up to 210 domains with a single certificate. You can mix all your different second-level domains (e.g., domain.com, www.domain.com, sub.domain.com, domain.net, and otherdomain.com) and even secure domains on different servers!
HostGator offers SSL certificates from Comodo, providing a range of options to secure and protect your sites.
The Comodo Positive Multi-Domain SSL
Comodo's Positive Multi-Domain SSL certificate protects your sites with 2048 bit signatures and up to 256-bit encryption. This certificate includes coverage for up to three domains and free installation for a basic price of only $79.99 per year, with a discount for longer-term registrations as shown here:
|Registration for up to 3 domains for:||1 Year||2 Years|
Adding Domains Mid-Year
If you decide to add extra domains mid-year, the price is $25 per each new domain added.
For example, if you have a multi-domain SSL with three domains already, and you want to add coverage for a fourth domain mid-year, the fee would be $25 for the new domain. (We do not charge you for the domains you already paid for - only additional domains.)
However, if you have a multi-domain SSL with only two domains used and you have not used your third domain yet, then there is no charge to add the third domain since that is included in the original fee.
Multi-Domain Installation Questions
What HostGator packages can support multi-domain SSLs?
Multi-domain SSLs are allowed on all of HostGator's plans.
Can you install multi-domain SSLs on multiple accounts?
Yes, a Positive Multi-domain SSL certificate can be installed on multiple accounts. This allows you to host different domains on different cPanels, accounts, or even servers while using the same multi-domain SSL Certificate. The SSL certificate will work for all domains listed in the certificate, regardless of where each individual domain is.