Category : CSR and certificate installation related questions

We have created instructions for the most frequently used servers and control panels for your convenience: Control Panels cPanel WHM DirectAdmin Vesta cpanel Plesk 12 Webmin Secure WHM services UNIX-based servers Apache NGINX Postfix/Dovecot mail server Mac OS Heroku Microsoft Servers IIS10 IIS8 IIS7 IIS5&6 Exchange 2007 Exchange 2013 Exchange 2013 Shell Microsoft Azure Web ..

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Overview Advantages Disadvantages OCSP stapling setup and test Overview Most applications that depend on X.509 certificates need to validate the status of the certificates used when performing authentication, signing, or encryption operations. This certificate validity and revocation check are performed for all certificates in a certificate chain, up to the root one. If any of ..

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The Certificate Authority may not accept Certificate Signing Requests that contain non-alphanumeric characters. If the details in the CSR contain symbols other than A-Z, 0-9 and dot, you may receive an error when attempting to activate your certificate. You should also leave Optional Company Name (Opt Organization) and Challenge passphrase fields empty. You may check ..

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What is the Private key? Finding your private key on different servers or control panels Linux-based Operating Systems and web-servers (Apache, Nginx, LightHttpd) Windows operating systems (IIS, Exchange, Small Business server) Mac OS X Tomcat cPanel WHM Plesk Synology NAS DSM Webmin VestaCP DirectAdmin Webuzo What is the Private key? If you have just received ..

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For your convenience, we created CSR generation instructions for the most popular servers and control panels: Control Panels cPanel WHM DirectAdmin Webmin Vesta cpanel Zimbra Plesk 12 GoDaddy cPanel UNIX-based servers Apache/Nginx (OpenSSL) Mac OS Microsoft Servers IIS8 IIS7 IIS5&6 Exchange 2013 Exchange 2013 Shell Exchange 2007 JAVA servers Tomcat Node.js GlassFish Other servers AWS ..

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You should enter the exact domain name or subdomain you wish to secure in the Common Name (CN) field. For example: if you intend to secure the URL https://www.yourdomain.com, then your CSR’s Common Name must be www.yourdomain.com. Please do not include http:// or https:// in your CSR’s Common Name. Will the certificate work for domain.com ..

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