Is your certificate about to expire?
Select your product below and renew your protection with just a few clicks.
Information for MPKI customers: You can renew your certificate using the Managed PKI web interface or your Managed PKI application will perform this task automatically on your behalf.
Just CHF 23 per year for a 3-year Email ID Silver (DV).
Do you want to protect only a single domain, or do you also want to protect the corresponding subdomains (wildcard)? Do you need protection for an unlimited number of domains (multidomain protection)?
SSL | single domain
The following products are available to protect a single domain. You can select from domain validation (DV), organisation validation (OV) or extended validation (EV). Find out more about validation levels further down on this page.
SSL | wildcard
The following products protect a single domain as well as an unlimited number of subdomains. You can select from domain validation (DV), organisation validation (OV) or extended validation (EV). Find out more about validation levels further down on this page.
SSL | multidomain
The following products protect an unlimited number of domains and subdomains. You can select from organisation validation (OV) or extended validation (EV). Find out more about validation levels further down on this page.
What do the validation levels DV, OV and EV mean?
Domain validation (DV)
With DV certificates, the protected domain is validated once a year. Validation is performed automatically via email in a matter of seconds.
Organisation validation (OV)
With OV certificates, the company operating the domain (‘organisation’) is validated. After validation by means of official registry entries, the certificate establishes the legal legitimacy of the operator.
Extended validation (EV)
The most comprehensive form of validation; in addition to the organisational entry, further legal and operational criteria are reviewed. CA/Browser Forum guidelines form the basis for this validation.
New key pairs are required for new orders
For security reasons, we also require new key pairs when updating your certificates. Please note this in your CSR entry. This allows us to keep up with cryptological standards by creating longer and stronger keys. Furthermore, many server platforms require new CSRs when switching certificates.