If you offer services and goods on your site and you'd like the payment data that customers send to be protected, you will need an SSL certificate. Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol which encodes the information exchanged between a user and a server, but to obtain an SSL, you'll need a Certificate Signing Request (CSR). This is Base64 encoded info that the SSL service provider will use to issue the certificate. The CSR consists of the web address, Business name and Unit, postal address and email of the business that will use the certificate. The Certificate Authority evaluates and authorizes the CSR before it issues an SSL certificate that is signed digitally using its private key as an authority. In order to install an SSL, you need a total of 4 batches of code - the CSR, a Private Key that is created when you generate your Request, the actual certificate and a special Certificate Authority code, that's unique for each vendor.

SSL Certificate Generator in Hosting

If you host a website in a Linux hosting package from us and you want to get an SSL certificate for it, you're able to do that with just a few clicks in your Hepsia Control Panel. Using our user-friendly SSL order wizard, you can enter and review the contact information that you would like to be used for your certificate after which select the auto-configuration option that we have released so that we can make things easier - when you accept the SSL request by clicking on the link that you'll receive via e-mail after you send the order, our system will install everything for you, so you will not be required to do anything manually at any point. If you wish to get a certificate elsewhere, you can use our CSR generation tool and upload the Request code to an alternative vendor. A private key connected to the CSR will also be created and available in the very same section of your account.