In case you offer products and services on your website and you would like the payment data that customers send to be protected, you should use an SSL certificate. Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol which encrypts the information exchanged between a user and a web server, but to obtain an SSL, you need a Certificate Signing Request (CSR). This is Base64 encoded data that the SSL supplier will use to issue the certificate. The CSR consists of your website address, Business name and Unit, postal address and e-mail of the organization that will use the certificate. The Certificate Authority reviews and approves the CSR before it gives an SSL certificate that is signed digitally with its private key as an authority. In order to install an SSL, you will need an overall of 4 batches of code - the CSR, a Private Key that is created when you generate your Request, the actual certificate along with a specific Certificate Authority code, that is unique for each and every vendor.

SSL Certificate Generator in Shared Hosting

In case you host a website in a Linux shared service with our company and you'd like to get an SSL certificate for it, you can do that with only a few clicks in your Hepsia Control Panel. Using our user-friendly SSL order wizard, you are able to enter and view the contact info that you wish to be used for your certificate and then choose the auto-configuration feature that we've released to make things a lot less difficult - as soon as you accept the SSL request by hitting the link that you will receive through electronic mail after you post your order, our system will set up everything on your behalf, so you won't be required to do anything manually at any moment. If you would like to get your certificate somewhere else, you can use our CSR generation tool and upload the Request code to another vendor. A private key connected with the CSR will also be created and available in the same section of your account.