Tag Archives: ssl

How To Generate CSR (Certificate Signing Request) On cPanel?

A CSR or Certificate Signing request is a block of encrypted text generated on the server that the SSL certificate will be used on. It contains all important information to be included in your SSL certificate, information comprises of your common name (i.e. domain name), locality and country etc.

cPanel provides you a built-in feature to generate CSR code to use for sending certificate signing request and get your SSL configuration settings ready to work on your website’s domain.

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Secure Your Website From Top 10 Internet Threats

More than five thousands websites are compromised everyday. Small business site owners think that they’re too small to be noticed by hackers but that is a wrong thinking because now-a-days hackers use automated bots which keeps on searching vulnerable websites.

Another reason of not securing website is lack of awareness. Many website owners don’t know how they can secure their website, what security tools they should be using etc etc.

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Secure WordPress Login & Admin Pages With SSL (HTTPS)

Now you know how to install SSL on a domain and how to implement it on your WordPress installation. A few days back a WordPress user emailed us saying that the majority of his website is not sensitive and also he has a resource limit so he only wants to enable SSL on his website login page and not on the rest of his website.

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How To Implement HTTPS (SSL Certificate) In WordPress?

As soon Google declared HTTPS as an official Google ranking signal, the discussions on implementing SSL certificate in WordPress started populating WP forums and social media sites. In this tutorial we are showing you an easy method to enable HTTPS working on your WordPress site.

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