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This is just a follow up clarification question to the one over here.

I plan to buy the following wild card certificate for my domain:

*.example.com (sample only)

but I want to secure the following urls:

*.tabs.apps.example.com *.apps.example.com

Given my wildcard certificate, will users accessing my site encounter problems like untrusted certificate etc? If yes what kind of errors/problems will our site's visitors encounter aside from untrusted certificate if any?

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The point of a wildcard certificate (as I understand it) is that it applies to all subdomains off your domain. So users won't get any errors with your given examples.

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