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I'm trying to decide which from the list of ssl certificate providers (thawte, verisign or geotrust) should i chose that correspond for the following criteria

SSL certificate:

  • installed for one domain
  • usefull for unlimited subdomains
  • installed on multiple machines
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wildcard domain ssl is what you want, all the 3 are very good and do have it. – Prix Oct 7 '10 at 7:26
Any of those providers can supply your requirements, so what is your question? – John Gardeniers Oct 7 '10 at 8:31
Well of those 3, I'd prefer GeoTrust, but my reasons may not apply to you. As all 3 deliver what you want, what is it you want to know about them? – RobM Oct 7 '10 at 8:41
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Enter your criteria at and it will let you compare each provider's certificates

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Just go for the cheapest option, your users won't notice anyway.

The only difference is green address bar (a.k.a. Extended validation), but last time I looked they costed the same everywhere.

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i was hoping someone was @ exactly the same spot not so long time ago, and would say hey this and that offered me the best price so go 4 them :> because there aren't any big differences anyhow. – Anonymous Oct 7 '10 at 10:09

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