Ok, my scenario is interesting. What I want to do is create multiple subdomains for a give url. For example subdomain1.domain.com and subdomain2.domain.com. I plan to buy an SSL certificate that convers unlimited subdomains for domain.com. However I don't want these to appear as subdomains, I want to give them each their own url. For this I plan to use url masking. Which means that at any given time you could visit the subdomain address and see the same content displayed as you would it's respective domain name that's masked on top of it.
I know that the other domain names themselves will not show the SSL cert, however will the data still be secure considering it's actually on a subdomain that is SSL certified? Remember it's only url masking.
Is my logic correct that it will be even though it doesn't show that it is? I mean if you visit the subdomain1.domain.com you would see the cert. But just not if you visit its respective masked url.