ssl help

rave

New member
hello

where i will find SSL/TLS in my cpanel to generate ssl certificate and signing request?

thank you
 
rave said:
hello

where i will find SSL/TLS in my cpanel to generate ssl certificate and signing request?

thank you

As far as I know there isn't one. I asked the same question too as I get free SSL certs that work on all browser.
 
un4saken said:
SSL cert needs a dedi IP, since you are on a shared hosting it's not possible.

That is not true. You can get free SSL certs for shared hosting now. I had one for my shared IP with my old hosting company. The company name that does it is called startssl.
 

un4saken

Administrator
We had lots of problems before. If you get a ssl cert for our IP 37.187.74.24 you can use https with your domain, thats okay.

However, if another client puts "https" before his domain without having a cert, it automatically redirects to your domain. I can configure it for every domain but since we have 200+ accounts in our server i don't want to do it. Once we allow it, everyone will want it.

Also, since we offer free hosting, we like to keep things simple. If you want to use a ssl cert (for online payments etc.) i highly recommend you to use global webhosts, like godaddy etc.
 
un4saken said:
We had lots of problems before. If you get a ssl cert for our IP 37.187.74.24 you can use https with your domain, thats okay.

However, if another client puts "https" before his domain without having a cert, it automatically redirects to your domain. I can configure it for every domain but since we have 200+ accounts in our server i don't want to do it. Once we allow it, everyone will want it.

Also, since we offer free hosting, we like to keep things simple. If you want to use a ssl cert (for online payments etc.) i highly recommend you to use global webhosts, like godaddy etc.

Well, you maybe correct on that. I think you can get an SSL certain that covers all domains, including subdomains. Its been awhile since I looked at that stuff. What I believe is the main IP gets the SSL then all other domains under it are covered. Its been 2 years since I looked it.

Just trying to help.
 
un4saken said:
strokerace said:
What I believe is the main IP gets the SSL then all other domains under it are covered.

That's correct. It's called wildcard SSL. $700 for a year.

https://www.globalsign.com/en/ssl/wildcard-ssl/

None of free hosting companies would afford that.

There is that one. I will give you a place to help save anyone money and even a place that you can be your own CA authority. check out this site. It can save anyone who needs a SSL including wildcards for super cheap prices. https://www.startssl.com/ Not impying this site needs one or should change their policies. Just sharing my knowledge
 

un4saken

Administrator
Okay. From now, I can add your ssl certs for you. Just open a support thread and PM me the domain namei required certificate, private key or bundle.

@"rave"