In case you offer services and goods on your website and you'd like the payment details that users submit to be risk-free, you should use an SSL certificate. Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol that encodes the info exchanged between a user and a server, but in order to acquire an SSL, you need a Certificate Signing Request (CSR). This is Base64 encoded info that the SSL supplier will use to issue the certificate. The CSR includes the web address, Business name and Unit, mailing address and e-mail of the organization which will use the certificate. The Certificate Authority reviews and approves the CSR before it supplies an SSL certificate which is signed electronically with its private key as an authority. In order to install an SSL, you'll need a total of four batches of code - the CSR, a Private Key that is created once you generate the Request, the actual certificate along with a specific Certificate Authority code, that's unique for each and every vendor.
SSL Certificate Generator in Shared Website Hosting
If you host a site in a shared website hosting account ordered from our company and its customers upload sensitive information, you will be able to obtain an SSL certificate for it directly from your hosting Control Panel and with just a few clicks. We have an easy-to-work-with order wizard, which means that you only have to select the domain/subdomain and enter the necessary information for your Certificate Signing Request. You will receive an e-mail to approve your order and shortly after the SSL is issued, it will be installed automatically by our system, so you will not have to deal with any codes or settings. If if you plan to use the services of some other Certificate Authority, you can only get a CSR from your Control Panel then copy the code that you have to submit for the SSL. You shall find the private key generated along with the CSR in the same section.