From August 19th 2020, SECTIGO issues SSL certificates with a maximum lifetime of 398 days (13 months) as specified by CA/Browser consortium. SSL certificates with a longer lifetime must be re-issued annually (free of charge). You'll receive reminders via e-mail. SSL certificates issued before August 19th 2020 remain valid until their planned expiry date. Code Signing & S/MIME certificates are not affected and remain valid until their planned expiry date.

Multidomain SAN Upgrade: is it possible to purchase additional SAN slots later?

Yes, it is possible to increase the SAN slot count for an existing multi-domain SSL certificate. After upgrading your SSL SAN slot count you can re-issue your certificate including the additional SAN slots. The upgrade price per SAN slot equals the price for an additional SAN slot for a newly ordered certificate, regardless of the remaining SSL certificate lifetime. A SAN upgrade does NOT increase the remaining lifetime of the underlying certificate. It just increases the count of available SAN slots.

If you want to order a SAN upgrade, please open a support ticket and specify the exact SAN upgrade count as well as preferred payment method in case it differs from the initial SSL order.


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