GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard certificates Buy

The most affordable TLS certificate from the GeoTrust certification authority, thanks to domain authentication, offers the possibility of very fast issuance and deployment. It is a so-called "Low authenticated" certificate containing only domain information with no additional information. The certificate secures unlimited number of subdomains..

DV Domain vetting
number of subdomains
Additional domains
10 min Issuing Time
100% Browser Recognition
  • Pricediscontinued
  • Validityup to 2 years
  • Secures domain incl. www
  • Compatible w/all major browsers
  • Public key algorithm RSA
  • 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)N/A
  • Warranty (USD)$500.000

Recommended certificate use

We recommend using GeoTrust Standard DV certificate when you need to obtain the certificate quickly. It is commonly used for intranet, internal corporate systems or in smaller web projects where company verification (for which the TLS certificate was issued) is not necessary. It can secure up to 250 domains on an unlimited number of servers.
If you need a higher trust and authentication, we recommend using an EV certificate (Extended Validation) or  OV certificate (Organization Validation).

GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard price list

GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium Wildcard was replaced by GeoTrust Wildcard DV, which has no previous limitations and allows the use of Wildcard SANs (multiple domains in the certificate).

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