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The EV certificate (Extended Validation) supports presenting more information to the user. Typically an green bar or field is used to signal that the site is secured using SSL when an EV certificate is in use. An EV is no more secure than a regular certificate, however users might find it easier to trust a site due to the way the certificate is presented ...
The details about the difference between different types of ssl can be found at the following site
BuySellAds does not support SSL at this time. I spent several hours setting up an account and configuring ad code on my site based on the previous answer. Your site must also go through an approval process. When their placement scripts failed to load under SSL, I opened a support ticket and found out they do not support SSL. This wasted quite a few hours ...
It was a long time ago I worked with cPanel, but I will try to answer the best I can. If someone else has something to contribute to this post - feel free to edit. According to a blog post OpenSSL prevents multiple SSL virtual hosts on a single IP address. You can either use mod_rewrite or follow a possible solution laid out in the blog post.
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 ...
EV certs don't do what they were supposed to do--improve user ability to identify whether a site is legitimate or not. See: http://www.usablesecurity.org/papers/jackson.pdf
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