Acquiring a Permanent Certificate
 

To get a permanent certificate, do the following:
 

1.

Generate a temporary SSL certificate (see here).

2.

Copy the certificate signing request (CSR) and private key for later use.

3.

Contact us for our Certificate Authority or check our main site and with our sales group. When requested, enter the signing request that you have saved.

4.

After the permanent SSL Certificate has been generated, save it to a secure location.

5.

Select Domain info in the Domain Settings menu.

6.

Go to the Web Service page and click the Edit icon in the SSL field.

7.

Enter the certificate into the upper box of the form that opens and click Upload:
 

 

 

 

For COMODO.NET, enter the rootchain certificate (Certificate Chain File):

 

 

 

For Equifax, also enter the Certificate Authority File:

 

8.

Click Upload.

9.

Now you can use the certificate jointly with the private key you have saved.

 

 

Click to see a video walk-through to show you how to use this feature

 

Renewing Permanent Certificates
 

If your certificate is about to expire, do the following:
 

1.

Find the certificate signing request (CSR) that you saved when acquiring the old certificate.

2.

Go to your certificate authority and choose to renew the certificate. When requested, enter the CSR.

3.

After the permanent SSL Certificate has been generated, save it to a secure location.

4.

Click SSL on your control panel home page.

5.

Go to the Web Service page and click the Edit icon next to the SSL Support.

6.

Enter the corresponding certificate into the box of the form that opens:

 

7.

Click upload

8.

Now you can use the certificate jointly with the private key you have saved.