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I have a site, rfwsoftware.com, that has an expiring dedicated ip and dedicated ssl. I wish to revert to autossl/shared ssl. How do I do that?
Thank you for your question regarding AutoSSL. To allow AutoSSL to replace your existing certificate, please follow the instructions on this guide:
There is nothing in Cpanel or in AMP that let's me install or use free SSL. This contradicts what I have seen in the help documents that show an icon for it. I'm sure there's a way to get it, but it doesn't seem to be available to me for some reason. I don't have WHM on the server, because we are using it to host our own applications, it's not being used for reselling.
What do I need to do to get free SSL installed on the server? Any help is greatly appreciated!
1. If SSL is set up, my website will be prefaced with HTTPS instead of HTTP, is that correct? Is that how to tell if it is set up?
2. To set up, I use the "Manage Free Basic SSL" in the AMP. Is that all I have to do?
3. There is also a page showing how to set up SSL in Wordpress. Is that an additional necessary step to #2, or does it have some other purpose?
Domain Nme: beautyhairperfection.com
"Google will distrust all existing Symantec SSL certificates starting with October 2018, and Symantec will have to rebuild its entire certificate issuance infrastructure from scratch if it wants to remain in the CA (Certificate Authority) business. This is the final ruling in an investigation into Symantec's shady SSL issuance practices started by Google and Mozilla engineers. Investigators discovered last year that Symantec broke industry rules agreed on by the CA/B Forum, the authority that governs the procedures for issuing SSL certificates that are used to support HTTPS encrypted traffic."
More info: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/google-outlines-ssl-apocalypse-for-symantec-certificates/
Check your site's SSL certificate:
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