I have a website (hosted by Amazon S3) which redirects
www.example.com. I am setting up an Amazon CloudFront distribution for this website, and would like the same redirection to work for HTTPS. I believe I therefore need to secure both
I will be using free SSL certificates generated by AWS Certificate Manager. My first instinct is to create one certificate for each of
www.example.com. However, are there any advantages to putting both
www.example.com (or even
*.example.com) on a single certificate?