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It could be done with a single SSL certificate. Specifically, what you want to do is to provide 'Subject Alt Names' in the certificate. Take a look at Google's certificate for example, which has the following Subject Alt Names. In other words, they have one certificate for all of those domains. DNS Name: *.google.com DNS Name: *.android.com DNS ...
Two: A "regular" SSL certificate for www.example.com A wildcard SSL certificate for classmates.com and all of its subdomains
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