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Replacing default Cpanel SSL

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by qwerty, May 21, 2003.

  1. qwerty

    qwerty Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to purchase a Geotrust SSL ($39) just to install it for servername.serverdomain.com on each server, reconfigure the redirect.cgi so that when customers go to domain.com/cpanel they load https://servername.serverdomain.com:2083 (secure) ...

    however, I wanna know if removing/overwriting the default SSL issued by cpanel (which causes pop ups of course, when the cert is used) would 'break' anything ?

    Anyone done this before? At $39 (RS) I think it's worth it installing one and not annoying customers or giving them that unprofessional look with self-issued certs ..

    I definately want to make /cpanel go over https, so I want this done asap ..

    Cheers

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