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Here's the process for the third-party SSL cert installation:
To complete these steps, you need to have set up your cPanel account and already added the domain name you want to secure with an SSL certificate.
Your certificate signing request displays in the Encoded Certificate Signing Request section.
To get your SSL certificate, you need to provide this CSR to the company issuing the certificate.
Once they've issued the certificate, they'll provide you a
CRT file, which is your SSL certificate.
To complete these steps, you need to have the
CRT file provided to you by the company who issued your SSL certificate.
CRTfile from your local machine, and then click Upload Certificate.
That's it! To make sure your SSL is working, you can check it at SSL Shopper.
Unlike some of our other hosting platforms, you do not need a dedicated IP address to have an SSL certificate on our cPanel shared hosting accounts. This is because it uses the Server Name Indication (SNI) protocol. However, not all browsers support SNI, which means that without a dedicated IP address, some users will not be able to successfully establish a connection over SSL.