What is a Wildcard SSL certificate?

Wildcard - A wildcard indicates that it covers any subdomain on your site, not just the main domain. For example about.example.com will be covered, as well as test.example.com, www.example.com, staff.example.com, etc!

It features 256-bit encryption and takes just 2-5 minutes to be issued. 

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