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is wildcard ssl insecure?

Is there anything inherently more insecure about using a wildcard SSL certificate over a regular SSL certificate? We are looking to implement a subdomained web application (a la FreshBooks and ...
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Install new wildcard SSL cert on top of existing single domain cert - any pitfalls?

I'm about to install a wildcard SSL cert *.example.com (from digicert) over top of an existing single domain cert www.example.com (from thwate). Are there any potential problems to watch out for when ...
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Wildcard SSL on IIS7 - Does each site need it's own IP?

If I buy a Wildcard SSL Certificate for one domain, like: domain.com and I have 40 sites, like apples.domain.com and pears.domain.com All the sites are on the same IIS 7 server Does each site need a ...