No. A single SSL certificate covers every page within your domain. If your SSL certificate is issued for www.mydomain.com, then your SSL certificate will work for https://www.mydomain.com/index.htm; https://www.mydomain.com/support/about_us.html and so on. However, if you want to secure subdomains(e.g. something.mydomain.com,jobs.mydomain.com), then you may need to purchase a wildcard certificate as well.
Articles in this section
- What is encryption strength? And what is the strength of your certificates?
- What are the pre-requisites for using an SSL Certificate on my domain?
- What is an SSL reissue and when will I need to request it?
- What kind of documents do I need to submit to get my SSL activated?
- Who or What is a certificate authority?
- What is the difference between domain validation, business validation and extended validation?
- Can I secure multiple sub domains on the same domain name with a single certificate?
- What is a wildcard certificate?
- Do I have to buy separate SSL certificates for each webpage I want to secure in my site?
- What is Browser Ubiquity?