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How To Install Free Wildcard SSLs in cPanel?

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We mostly use standard SSL, which covers the single domain name, and we have the second type that covers the unlimited domain names SSLs. In the cPanel, we can configure the free installation of wildcard SSLs with just a few steps. Let’s learn How To Install Free Wildcard SSLs in cPanel? Setup Wildcard Sub Domain […]

How to install an SSL Certificate directly from WHM?

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If you want to install an SSL certificate for the end-users domain, you can directly perform that action through Web Host Manager (WHM). Learn, How to install an SSL Certification directly from WHM? 1. First, login into WHM panel, https://your-domain.com:2087 or https://IP-address: 2087 or https://server-hostname: 2087. 2. Navigate to SSL/TLS → Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain. 3. Now, enter the required […]

How to generate CSR from WHM?

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Before purchasing an SSL certificate, you first generate CSR using the unique name (domain name). Using Generate CSR option of WHM, you can directly generate CSR for the unique name (domain name). Learn, How to generate CSR from WHM? 1. First, login into WHM panel, https://your-domain.com:2087 or https://IP-address: 2087 or https://server-hostname: 2087. 2. Navigate to SSL/TLS → Generate CSR. 3. Enter […]

How to generate CSR for SSL in DirectAdmin?

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Generating CSR is the initial stage before purchasing the SSL from KnownHost or any other vendor. Certificate Singing Request contains Name, Organization details and must be submitted while issuing the SSL certificate. Let us learn about how to generate CSR for SSL in DirectAdmin step-by-step. 1. First, to login into DirectAdmin control panel visit,  https://your-domain.com:2222 or https://IP-address:2222 or https://server-hostname:2222. […]

How to Install an SSL Certificate in cPanel?

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We’ll be going over how to install an SSL Certificate for your domain within our “How to Install an SSL Certificate in cPanel” guide. The Secure Socket Layer, also known as SSL, SSL is a protocol that works on browser and server levels. SSL transports, encrypt and decrypt the data while sending and receiving it […]

How to generate CSR’s for SSL in cPanel?

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CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is required to purchase the new SSL, and it will be asked by your Certificate Authority (CA). Once you submit and verify the ownership of the domain name, the certificate authority (CA) will issue a new SSL certificate for the same. We’ll be going over the step by step requirements to […]

How to install an SSL Certificate on DirectAdmin

So, you’ve purchased an SSL Certificate and now you don’t know what to do? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! If you’ve purchased a standard DV certificate, an OV certificate or an EV Certificate, it doesn’t matter, no stress! We’ll help explain things to help make it easy for you to install your SSL certificate […]

How to fix mixed content SSL errors

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So, your new SSL certificate is installed, but your site isn’t showing a green padlock in the browser. Instead, there is a yield/warning symbol in its place. In Firefox, it looks like this: In Chrome, like this: Chromium may show it like this: Some pages may simply appear to be missing resources and render in […]

Why is my brand new VPS showing an insecure SSL Warning

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One of the most common inquiries from new VPS customers is in relation to “Insecure VPS Connections” SSL warning. This article is a brief overview of the misinformed error. Tip/Note: It’s OK! My connection is “Not Private”, “Untrusted”, “Security Problem”. If you are connecting to your VPS’s Control Panel for the first time via SSL (https), […]

Installing an SSL Certificate

Before you can install your SSL certificate after purchase you need to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and send it to your SSL vendor. If you purchased your SSL from KnownHost the CSR can be entered at my KnownHost panel. If you purchased your SSL certificate somewhere else you’ll enter it on the website where […]