The Unified Communications Certificate (commonly known as UC certificate, UCC certificate or SANS certificate)
is a multi-domain ssl certificate that can secure up to 2000 domains.
This is accomplished through the
Subject Alternative Name (SAN) field,
and browsers check this field for a matching
domain or ip address to one in the address bar.
Since an ssl certificate binds to a single ip address, UCC is ideal for environments when multiple domain names,
internal as well as global, need to be shared in a single ssl certificate such as Microsoft Exchange
(OWA, Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync, Autodiscovery, and SMTP) or Office Communications Server 2007.
It also works great in virtual hosting environments or where multiple sites need to share a single ip address like
in Amazon's EC2 cloud.
Each SSL.com UCC certificate comes with 99% browser acceptance, unlimited server licenses, the
confidence building SSL Secure Smart SeaL, a $125,000 performance guarranty,
24/7 telephone support staff, and unlimited reissues for the life of the
certificate. We even offer a 30-day unconditional refund policy in the
event you change your mind about UCC SSL on your website.
Start building trust and secure your site today with a SAN/UC Certificate.
For more information about how SAN/UC certificates work, please visit:
Subject Alternative Name / SAN Certificates / UC Certificate.