Tag Archives: multi-domain

Why Do I Need UC Multi-Domain SSL Certificates?

August 27, 2013 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

This certificate is sometimes called unified communications certificate (UCC), multi-domain certificate or multi-SAN certificate. In this posting, we will call them UCC or UC certificate. The unique feature of the UC certificate is that it takes full advantage of the subject alternative name (SAN) field. In doing so, the issuer allows the certificate subscriber to [Read More...]

Filed Under: Digital Certificates, SSL, SSL Deployment Tagged With: multi-SAN, SSL, UCC

Powerful Servers Need Powerful Certificates

August 24, 2010 by Scott Shetler     No Comments

With our Entrust Certificate Services release yesterday, we made significant improvements in the way we offer multi-domain (or multi-SAN) certificates. Why is this significant to our customers? Back in 2007, with Microsoft adding new features such as AutoDiscovery to Exchange Server, the number of services each server needed to protect with SSL encryption started increasing. [Read More...]

Filed Under: Technical Tagged With: multi-SAN, SAN, Unified Communications

Market Shifting but Entrust Focused

June 2, 2010 by Scott Shetler     No Comments

There has been an interesting development in the SSL market since our last blog – the acquisition by Symantec of the entire security product portfolio of Verisign, including GeoTrust and Thawte. The acquisition ends VeriSign’s transformation from a security software provider to simply a domain name registrar and domain name infrastructure provider. Throughout an unspecified [Read More...]

Filed Under: EV SSL, SSL Tagged With: Extended Validation, multi-domain, multi-SAN