LiquidFiles Documentation
LiquidFiles Documentation

Using Wildcard Certificates in LiquidFiles

A wildcard certificate is a certificate that is valid for an entire domain as opposed to a single host or URL.

What determines what the Certificate is valid for is the Common Name (CN) attribute. If your URL is you would have a standard/single host Certificate with:

Or if you have a wildcard certificate, the Common Name (CN) attribute would be:


LiquidFiles doesn't really care about what type of certificate you upload as long as the Certificate matches the Private Key so feel free to use a wildcard certificate instead of a standard/single host certificate if you wish.