SSL certificates are like ID cards or badges. A website’s or application’s server stores and displays SSL certificates on the Web. SSL certificates contain the website’s public key, which is the most important part of the certificate. Encryption is made possible by the public key. Users see the public key on their devices and can use that to establish secure encryption keys on the webserver.
What is the purpose of an SSL certificate?
A website needs an SSL certificate in order to protect user data, verify the owner of the website, prevent attackers from creating fake versions of the site, and gain trust from users.
Domains must obtain SSL certificates from a certificate authority (CA) in order to be valid. The CA is an outside organization responsible for generating and issuing SSL certificates. The CA will likewise carefully sign the endorsement with their own private key, permitting customer gadgets to confirm it. Most, however not all, CAs will charge an expense for giving an SSL testament.
- Fix SSL Issues
- SSL Certificate
- Single Domain Premium SSL Certificate
- Wildcard Premium SSL Certificate
A certificate must be installed on the website’s origin server after being issued. The hosting service can usually take care of this for website operators. The website will be able to be loaded over HTTPS once it has been enabled on the origin server, and all traffic will be encrypted upon loading and leaving the website. The mission of (website name) is to increase Internet security, and HTTPS adoption is a significant step in that direction. SSL encryption protects user data, prevents online attacks, and makes the web a safer place.
- Steps to generate a key and CSR.
- Configure a certificate for multiple domain names.
- Set the OpenSSL configuration environment variable (optional)
- Generate a key.
- Create a certificate signing request to send to a certificate authority.
- Send the CSR to a certificate authority to obtain an SSL certificate.
For lifetime SSL installation, need your domain control panel and cPanel/hosting access. For Free SSL or premium SSL certificate installation, need your cPanel/hosting access.
Definitely YES, I can fix all kinds of HTTPS errors that you don't even mention above (Fix without extra charge for SSL-related issues).