Installing an SSL certificate seems like a daunting task for many, but we are here to help you out. If you follow our instructions closely, you’ll have your secure site in no time. NOTE: Shared hosting accounts must purchase a dedicated IP in addition to the SSL certificate. Contact our . . . Read more
What is a CSR? A CSR or Certificate Signing Request is a block of encrypted text that is generated on the server that the certificate will be used on. It contains information that will be included in your certificate such as your organization name, common name (domain name), locality, and . . . Read more
Installing an SSL certificate seems like a daunting task for many, but we are here to help you out. If you follow our instructions closely, you’ll have your secure site in no time. The whole process, if done correctly and if everything goes as expected, shouldn’t take longer than 15 . . . Read more
Dedicated IPs can be purchased for $36 a year. Bear in mind that VPS servers already come with a dedicated IP. Additional IP’s may be purchased as needed as long as they are justified (SSL OK). Please open a ticket to request additional IPs.
In order to install a SSL certificate, make sure your plan includes a dedicated IP address. If it does not, contact us so we can assist you with adding one to your account. First, make sure mod_ssl is installed. In Centos you can run the following command to install mod_ssl: . . . Read more
After purchasing your SSL Certificate, configuring it and confirming it, you will have to install it. Follow these steps: NOTE: During configuration, you’ll see a “Configuration completed” message. Stand by while you get a confirmation email to the address you selected. When you get the email, click on the link . . . Read more
When configuring an SSL certificate, you will be asked which webserver type you must select. For all shared hosting and default VPS installations you should select: Apache+ModSSL
SSL Certificates purchased through ServerGrove come with installation support included. You may purchase a SSL Certificate here.
When you pruchase a SSL certificate, an email has to be sent to the domain owner to prove that the SSL is going to be used by the domain. An authorization is sent to the email address of the domain administrator that registered the domain or you can create and . . . Read more
You must install a CA file for your Geotrust certificate to work on all browsers. More information here: https://knowledge.geotrust.com/support/knowledge-base/index?page=content&id=AR1422