What is the difference between a standard SSL & a SSL Wildcard?

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What is the difference between a standard SSL & a SSL Wildcard?

Last updated January 16th, 2013

While a single standard SSL certificate covers a domain, a Wildcard certificate covers not just your domain, but all of your subdomains at the indicated level. For example: one singular standard SSL would cover only exampledomain.co.nz. Wheras, support.exapmledomain.co.nz and info.exampledomain.co.nz etc, along with exampledomain.co.nz would be protected by a SSL Wildcard.

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