Last updated：2021-03-15 15:38:01
The following table lists the certificate brands supported by KCM, including Symantec, GeoTrust, Setigo, and GlobalSign.
|Symantec||Symantec is a leading SSL certificate authority. It provides security protection services for over one million network servers around the world. Currently, Symantec CA is part of DigiCert.|
|GeoTrust||GeoTrust is the second leading digital certificate authority in the world. It serves more than 100,000 customers in over 150 countries.|
|Sectigo||Sectigo is the world’s well-known SSL certificate authority, providing cost-effective certificates.|
|GlobalSign||GlobalSign is one of the world’s earliest digital certificate authorities, and is a trusted CA and SSL certificate provider.|
|Name||Description||Benefits||Required materials||Review duration||Application scenarios|
|Domain validated (DV) certificate||Simple SSL certificate, which supports only encrypted data transmission. It does not support server authenticity verification.||Inexpensive, easy and fast to apply for||Requires only simple personal information.||1 to 3 business days||Personal websites|
|Organization validated (OV) certificate||Standard SSL certificate, which supports both encrypted data transmission and server authenticity verification.||High security, rigorous verification||Organization, contact, and business license information||2 to 5 business days||E-commerce, education, and game websites|
|Extended validation (EV) certificate||SSL certificate that conforms to the global uniform identity authentication standards. EV certificates are currently the highest level SSL certificates.||After you install an EV certificate, the web browser address bar will become green and display the company name.||Organization, contact, and business license information||7 to 10 business days||Finance, payment, and online bank websites|
The following figure shows the sample web browser address bar after an EV certificate is installed.
|Single-domain certificate||Supports binding one domain name.|
|Multi-domain certificate||Supports binding multiple domain names.|
|Wildcard domain certificate||Supports binding wildcard domain names, for example, *.ksyun.com. The certificate can protect an unlimited number of domain names of the same level, which is not the same scope as that of a wildcard domain.|
|Multi-domain and multi-wildcard domain certificate||Supports binding multiple domain names and, additionally, multiple wildcard domain names. At least one primary domain name is required.|
A wildcard domain certificate for *.example.com can be used for the following domains:
payment.example.com contact.example.com login-secure.example.com www.example.com
A wildcard certificate covers only subdomains of the same level. The wildcard asterisk (*) does not match all subdomains. For example, the previously mentioned certificate does not cover the following domain name:
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