Domain validation SSL / TLS multiple subdomain (wildcard) certificates can be issued within minutes. The pricing is a flat $185/year. The process is simple:

  1. Order the certificate. You can select 1 year or 2 year terms. We recommend a 2 year term so you don't have to go through the process so often.
  2. Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR). We can help at no additional charge if you don't know how.
  3. When you placed your order, you were sent an email* with a link to "configure" the certificate. Follow the link. Submit the CSR and your contact details.
  4. Once the certificate is configured, you'll be sent an email* to verify you control the domain. Follow the simple instructions in the email to verify your control of the domain.
  5. After you've verified control of the domain, your certificate will be sent to you by email*.
  6. Install the certificate. We can help with this at no additional charge if you're unsure how to do it.

Click here to begin the process for a 1 year domain validation multiple subdomain (wildcard) certificate.

Click here to begin the process for a 2 year domain validation multiple subdomain (wildcard) certificate.

* If you don't see the email, check your spam filters.

Customer Quips

  • D.K. praises:

    "I've learned to be the most careful consumer you'll ever find, and have twenty-some domains hosted with the best hosting company you'll ever hope to do business with. They take issues of security and reliability just about as seriously as I do, and the needs of their customers truly to heart: They actually listen. They really do care about the slightest problem, and don't mind sharing their extensive knowledge and experience. Beats anything I've ever seen.

    Above all else, they have been completely truthful; there's no radio button big enough to measure their integrity, which puts them way above the very few that I would ever consider as *real* competition. Don't be fooled by an industry so filled with empty promises: If your online presence is important to you, and your intentions are good? Then move your domain(s) to Advantagecom Networks ~;-)"

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