Shared SSL is used by various web hosting providers. They acquire a wildcard SSL certificate, which they can pass on to their customers or make available to them without further checking. This means that only the domain of the web hosting provider itself is authenticated, but not its customers.
This procedure is interesting for the web hosting providers and their customers from a cost point of view, but it contradicts the actual purpose of the certification, whereby the actual website operator and not only his provider should be certified.
Likewise, there is no insurance for the shop itself with shared SSL.
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