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Comodo SAN SSL Certificate

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SAN stands for Subject Alternative Name that lets you protect multiple host names with a single SSL Certificate. SAN facilitates you to specify a list of host names to be protected by a single SSL Certificate. The purpose of a certificate with SAN is the same as that of other certificates. It provides a means for a server to establish its identity and then set up a secure communication. Certificates with SAN also provide a subject alternative name field that allows additional domain names to be protected with just one certificate.

SAN Certificates are often used for Unified Communications (UC) to secure Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server, Office Communications Server 2007, or Mobile Device Manager as well as server names, intranet, and .local names.

For example, you can secure all these domains with a single SAN Certificate:


SAN may also be used for:

  • Servers within your intranet by name (example “server.local” or “faxtool”)
  • Hostnames (example – mailserver)

List of Comodo SAN Certificates

Domain Validated UCC SSL Certificate

Comodo Domain Validated UCC SSL Certificate allows you secure communication for multi domain & for multi host names with good 128-256 bit encryption strength. Comodo DV UCC SSL offer security to multi domains and hosts configure in exchange server…[Read More]

Comodo Multi Domain Certificate

Multi domain certificates (MDC) are your solutions for securing anywhere from two to 100 domains on the same server under one SSL certificate. Consolidate your SSL management process and manage the SSL encryption for all of your domains under just one…[Read More]

Comodo Unified Communication (UC)

Comodo UCC’s allow you to simplify your Exchange Server 2007/2010 SSL configuration with a single certificate to support multiple domain names, host names and server applications. This saves you the hassle and time involved in configuring multiple IP addresses on your Exchange 2007/2010 server, binding each IP address to a different certificate, and running a lot of low level P…[Read More]