SSL in subdomain

is possible use a standard SSL in a subdomain?

I have a website with not SSL  and I will have a subdomain and I want to add SSL is possible? or I need to use a wild card?
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You need a certificate for * or specifically for
Jim RiddlesPrepress/OMS SpecialistCommented:
As Ronin stated, you will either need a wildcard certificate for * to cover any possible host names in that domain, or a single SSL certificate for

If this is not for an eCommerce site, you can probably get by with a free Let's Encrypt certificate.  Check out their home page:

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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
I have a website with not SSL  and I will have a subdomain and I want to add SSL is possible?
or I need to use a wild card?
No, but it will also work for this and future sub domains. If you do go for wildcard, you can use it on too.
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