DigiCert Standard SSL certificate Buy

DigiCert Standard SSL is a TLS OV certificate from CA DigiCert. Its advantage is an extremely fast issuence in a matter of hours. Supports RSA and ECC keys and can secure up to 250 domains.

OV - organization vetting
DigiCert site seal
1-250 Additional domains
1d Issuing Time
100% Browser Recognition
  • Pricefrom $278
  • Validity1 year
  • Secures domain incl. www
  • Compatible w/all major browsers
  • Public key algorithm RSA & ECC
  • Symmetric encryption256 bit
  • Public key length2.048 (3.072/4.096) bits
  • Root CADigiCert Global Root
  • Money-back guarantee30 days
  • Certificate reissuefree and unlimited
  • Multi-domain support (SAN)YES
  • Warranty (USD)$1 250 000

Recommended certificate use

The DigiCert Standard SSL certificate is suitable for securing critical projects that require server authentication. By finding the company name in the certificate detail, the visitor can verify with whom they communicate. DigiCert Standard SSL is recommended for smaller e-shops, hotels or reservation systems where customer sends his personal data. It is also suitable for corporate websites.

Certificate belongs to OV certificates (Organization Validation). For the security of banks, payment systems and sensitive information, we recommend the EV certificate with Extended Validation. This makes it easier to identify your site, provides better security guarantees, and effectively protects you against phishing. More details of the Secure Site EV (Extended Validation) certificate.

DigiCert Standard SSL price list

Certificate DigiCert Standard SSL supports up to 250 FQDN SANs (DNS names) for additional costs.

1-year Price

  • CA sells it for: $278
  • Huge savings over the CA price

Additional SANs

+ 1x domain (FQDN): $160.00

+ 1x Wildcard: $566.00


A multi-year order

Ordering for more years will save you a lot of money! You can order TLS certificates for up to 6 years. You will receive the renewed follow-up certificate every year.

  •  Save time. One order and payment = less administration.
  •  The longer the validity of the order, the higher the savings due to the decreasing annual price.
  •  You will receive the following one-year certificate automatically and on time, you just exchange it on the server.
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Prices are without VAT.

The certificate in the browser

All the TLS certificates we offer are 100% trusted and website visitors are not bothered by browser errors.

In a web browser, secure communication is shown in the address bar using the lock icon and the letter "s" next to the http in the URL.

You can check the certificate owner and issuer by clicking on the lock. Learn moe about the TLS certificate in the browser.

Display of DigiCert Standard SSL in the browser

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

You can use our certificate selection guide to choose the right SSL/TLS certificate. If you still do not know how to choose the right certificate, please do not hesitate to contact our customer support for advice on choosing the right certificate.

You can also contact us directly from your customer account by sending a request from the Authorized Request menu.
After placing the certificate order, a payment request is sent to the selected billing email. Once we receive your payment, the tax receipt will also be sent to this billing email address.

You can pay by bank transfer, credit card or PayPal online. See the customer account help for more information. If you have not received a payment request or have other issues, please contact customer support.
A trustworthy certificate is ensured by its connection to the Intermediate authority certificates in the so-called chain of trust. A frequent trust error is the missing Intermediate certificates on the server, resulting in a customer’s browser warning about an unknown SSL/TLS certificate issuer. After Intermediate certificates have been added to the server, the problem is fixed.
If your browser does not display a lock as a security symbol, some of your site sections will be loaded over an insecure protocol. All page elements must be fetched over HTTPS for complete web security and symbol display. For example, if a page is loaded with JavaScript (Google Analytics) or an image over a non-secure HTTP protocol, the security is incomplete and the lock symbol does not appear.