You can include or exclude your domain from AutoSSL. If your domain is newly created, wait for few hours so cPanel can automatically install an SSL on your domain. However, if an SSL is not installed on your domain even after 24 hours, first check the last log of AutoSSL from cPanel >> SSL/TLS […]
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is an encryption-based Internet security protocol. Designed to provide security over a server, its domain(s), and networks. Several versions of SSL are used in applications such as web browsing, email, instant messaging, and voice over IP. SSL is the predecessor to the modern TLS encryption used today. The two terms are often used interchangeably in the industry.
While there are different levels of SSL, all servers, domains, and sites on Web Hosting Valdosta servers are required to have SSL enabled, to ensure this AutoSSL is enabled by default until an upgraded SSL is added. AutoSSL is a cPanel feature that automatically installs and renews SSL certificates for every assigned domain on a Web Hosting Valdosta Server.
If your domain is created recently, wait for a few hours so that the cPanel can automatically install an SSL on your domain. However, even after 24 hours, if an SSL is not installed on your domain, first check the last log of AutoSSL from cPanel >> SSL/TLS Status >> Certificate Status. If it
When you generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from cPanel, then save it, which is a good thing, maybe you don’t want to store it on your server. Instead, remove it because you can keep a CSR code on your PC so there is no need of storing it on the server. 1. Log
If you generated your Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from cPanel and forgot your CSR then you can retrieve your CSR. Only follow this tutorial if a CSR was generated from cPanel. 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the “Security” section, click on the “SSL/TLS” Icon. 3. Under the Certificate Signing Request, click