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Deleted SSL Host

Discussion in 'Security' started by TaoWarrir, May 28, 2016.

  1. TaoWarrir

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    Ok I admit I am stupid and am in way over my head. I am root admin for a small website and I accidentally deleted the SSL host under SSL/TLS>Manage Hosts. Now nothing is there and no one can get to the site. How to I install a new SSL host? I have googled everywhere and all it talks about it updating the certificate. My certificate is fine just no one can get to it without the host.
     
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    Hello :),

    Do you have cPanel backup of your account? If you have backup then you can recover your SSL files from your backup file and after that you can reinstall SSL with that SSL files.
     
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    Sadly no, we had backup turned off because we thought the hosting company was doing it. First thing after it happened I asked the hosting company to do a restore and they were like oh we don't back up your kind of server. Once we get back up and running that is the first thing I will do but a bit of closing the barn door after the horse is out.
     
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    If you have your certificate and key, why not use: WHM --> Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain , to re-install the certificate ?
     
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    Hello :),

    Yes, If you do not have old SSL files then you will have to recreate CSR for SSL and then re-issues your SSL from your SSL provider panel.
     
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    Hello,

    You can regenerate the CSR/Key via "WHM Home >> Security >> SSL/TLS Manager >> Generate, view, or delete SSL certificate signing requests.":

    Certificate Signing Requests (CSR)

    Then, contact the SSL provider and have them update the CRT for the new key. At that point, you can install the updated certificate via "WHM Home >> SSL/TLS >> Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain":

    Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks I tried all the above. Turns out it is not really an SSL issue it was a configuration issue, then the hosting company upgraded our CPanel version to "fix" it and changed the domains around which made the SSL not work any more. So it's being worked on, not fixed yet but my original question is moot.
     
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