Domain name certificate is in the form of e-Certificate, which indicates the registered domain name, the Chinese and English names of the registered owners, the time of successful registration and the expiration time of domain name registration. It determines the ownership of the domain name and the time limit of ownership of the domain name by the domain name registrant.
Domain name certificate, in the form of e-Certificate, indicates the registered domain name, the Chinese and English name of the registered owner, the time of successful registration and the expiration time of domain name registration, so as to determine the ownership and time limit of the domain name by the domain name registrant. In fact, the domain name certificate does not exist. It is only a unique domain name phenomenon in China. It is issued by the registrant and only used when the website is put on record to confirm the domain name ownership.
域名证书 VS SSL 证书
Domain name certificate vs SSL certificate
Objectively speaking, the domain name certificate is only a network document, its role is to prove the ownership of the domain name, does not have legal effect, the protection of the domain name is very limited. If users want to protect the domain name, the key is to protect the security of the domain name account, especially the security of the registered mailbox.
SSL 证书是数字证书的一种，由权威 CA 在验证服务器身份后颁发，网站安装 SSL 证书之后，可以确保用户在浏览器上输入的相关信息、以及从服务器上查询的信息都是以加密的形式传输，让通信内容不被截取或篡改。
SSL certificate is a kind of digital certificate, which is issued by the Authority CA after verifying the identity of the server. After the website installs SSL certificate, it can ensure that the relevant information entered by the user in the browser and the information queried from the server are transmitted in the form of encryption, so that the communication content will not be intercepted or tampered.
Generally speaking, SSL certificate is expressed in the form of domain name access, mainly to ensure the security of data transmission, while domain name certificate is presented in the form of electronic document, which is the embodiment of domain name ownership. The two play completely different roles. Although they sound similar, they are not closely related.