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HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

SSL means secure socket layer. SSL certificate ensures secure internet connection and it protect your website from malware and attacks, it as well protect your client’s data.

1. Login to Webcom client area. You will be prompted to enter your email address and password

2. On the menu bar click on ‘services’ on the drop down select ‘my services’

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3. On the new tab under the services select on the SSL certificate that you want to configure

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

4. On the new tab scroll down and click on ‘configure now’

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

5. On the new tab fill in the server information and the administrative contact information

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

6. Login to your cPanel to generate the SSL certificate

7. On the cPanel search for ‘SSL’ select on the option SSL/TSL

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

8. On the new tab under certificate signing requests (CSR) click on’ Generate, view, or delete SSL certificate signing requests.’

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

9. On the new tab fill in the form to generate the SSL certificate, once you are done filling the entries click ‘Generate’. The mandatory fields are marked with a asterisk.

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

10. On the new window you will access the generated certificate. Copy the Encoded Certificate Signing Request

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

11. Go back to the client area and past the encoded certificate under. Then scroll down and click continue

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

12. On the new window you will be prompted to enter certificate approval email where the approval email request for this certificate will be sent. Then click continue. You will receive an email on the email address that you have entered for approval.

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

13. Open the email, copy the validation code and click ‘confirm validation’

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

14. On the new window paste the validation code.

HOW TO CONFIGURE SSL CERTIFICATE

 

 

 

 

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