How to choose SSL certificate for the web server?

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You must not pick up an expensive certificate for the main domain and multiple sub domains of a web server, and:
1. The green line is not required, but browsers(ie, firefox, chrome) do not have to "swear" on the website when entering
2. ClickOnce needs to accept it as valid and to check the data on the server.
3. Preferably a single certificate for the whole domain (although it will be cheaper if 3 wild card is not particularly important).

The main criterion is the price, and it is desirable that the company where you will be given a certificate was on the territory of the Russian Federation.
September 19th 19 at 12:05
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September 19th 19 at 12:07
Solution
3 certificate usually is cheaper than 1 WildCard.
View here: https://www.isplicense.ru/services/ssl-sert/rapidssl/
3 certificate discount is possible. Error when installing correctly (and free) one is not - checked
September 19th 19 at 12:09
Join Flantru. If it is not to protect just under 100 subdomains, it is advised to take on a simple certificate with domain validation, the NDP Comodo PositiveSSL

Options with prices:
ISPsystem - from 743 RUB/g
masterhost - from 2800 RUB/g
Sslcertificates - from 900 RUB
September 19th 19 at 12:11
SSL discredited slightly more than full, so now to tie the site certificate is not the best time.
Any cheap/free certificate the browsers will scream huge red letters "THEN the SCAMMERS get out of HERE". I don't think your customers will like it.
We're talking about TLS. And the problem was with one particular product (and the patches he already released). So to say that he probably discredited prematurely. And the alternative at the moment no. StartCom (startssl.com) free and gives the final result, but only on 1 domain (wild card he paid). - joana54 commented on September 19th 19 at 12:14
Premature — this word has a different meaning.
Now, "specific products" critical holes will be more and more.

I do not know now, but in 2011 the certificate from startssl called the red lettering in Firefox. Accordingly, all clients entering from Firefox, run. I don't think something has changed, to experiment don't have the desire. - Tyson.Kessler48 commented on September 19th 19 at 12:17
In firefox everything is fine. The line is not green, but reports of phishing no (checked just now). - joana54 commented on September 19th 19 at 12:20
September 19th 19 at 12:13
StartSSL.com - provides free certificates that are no different from paid. The main thing that the project was not commercial (if pages are prices, etc. - the certificate will not give)
On each subdomain get the certificate. wildcard free of charge will not, of course.
September 19th 19 at 12:15
look here
getucc.com
The most affordable multi-domain certificate

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