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Wildcard SSL Certificates
Our company currently has a wildcard SSL certificate for our main domain from InstantSSL.com.
Lets pretend our domain name is blah.com for a moment...
http://www.blah.com : SSL cert works fine
http://test.blah.com : SSL cert works fine
http://test.test.blah.com : SSL certificate gives an error saying that the domain name doesn't match.
I guess this is because the cert is just for *.blah.com and not *.*.blah.com
Does this mean we need to buy lots more wildcard certificates for our subdomains if we plan on having a depth of more than 1 subdomain?
Is there a way around this?
You are correct. A wildcard certificate is issued to
*.domain.com this means you can only have one sub-domain level. It also means you can not use domain.com since it has to be something.domain.com
You would need to purchase a wildcard for *.sub.domain.com if that is what you required.