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I had purchased a VPS Hosting pl,an a few months back for a client. I am getting ready to launch the site and need to get the SSL Cert installed. I was told when I purchased the hosting that an SSL was included. I am not sure though with InMotion how to access and attach it to the hosting. Can you point me to the step-by-step on this?
I had purchased a Comodo SSL Cert for WineTastingGuide.com in the past, now I want to use AutoSSL. However, I can't seem to delete the Comodo SSL cert, which means I can't use AutoSSL. What do I need to do the get this corrected?
Hello I have more than 1 website and i would like them all to be protected, if a bought a dedicated SSL for my root can all website be protected.. i'm not a resaler, i just have more then 1 website.. Thanks
PCI compliance: do you have a standard service agreement statement to answer 12.8.2 Is a written agreement maintained that includes an acknowledgement that the service providers are responsible
Inmotion hosting. I have a vps, passing all scans. I am looking for your standard security boiler plate to have on hand in response to this question.
Is a written agreement maintained that includes an acknowledgement that the service providers are responsible for the security of cardholder data the service providers possess or otherwise store, process, or transmit on behalf of the customer, or to the extent that they could impact the security of the customer's cardholder data environment?
Client bought ssl certificate on godaddy, wants to import it with a plugin on wordpress and it shows error stating the server is not compatible.
Client bought ssl certificate on godaddy, wants to import it with a plugin on wordpress and it shows error stating the server is not compatible. Are there any further steps that my client has to do? Does the ssl certificate has to be imported manually from CPane?
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