Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure is an enhancement to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It's utilized to ensure secure communications over a PC arrangement, and is typically used over the Internet. In HTTPS the protocol for communication is encoded using Transport Layer Security or, in the past, Secure Sockets Layer.
DV SSL acts as a high level SSL. It's extremely quickly and provides solid encryption. The Domain Validation SSL Certificate gives strong encryption to websites such as leaflet sites and online journals. A DV SSL can be obtained in a short time which makes it the ideal option for those looking to secure their website's security quickly.
Multi-Domain SSL Certificate (MDC)
Multi-area certificates are intended to ensure the security of a variety of spaces or subdomain names. Multi-area certificates will ensure that there is a blend of completely specific subdomains and areas with diverse TLDs (Top Level Domains) apart from the local/inner ones.
Unified Communications Certificate (UCC)
The Unified Communication Certificate (or UCC) is a high-end security certificate that permits multiple hostnames to be protected with a single certificate. UC certificates are also known as subjects Alternate Name (or SAN) certificates, multi-area certificate or Exchange certificates.