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Restore Default SSL

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nanabite, Nov 28, 2003.

  1. nanabite

    nanabite Active Member

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    Hello,

    I have somehow installed a self-signed SSL certificate for my main domain - nanabite.com, but would instead like the detault certificate for my hostname ncs1.nanabite.com back. I tried regenerating the certificate but this doesn't work, does anyone have any ideas as to how I can get my default SSL certificate back.

    Thanks
    Adam
     
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    nanabite Active Member

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    *BUMP*

    Any ideas?
     
  3. nanabite

    nanabite Active Member

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    Can anyone at least tell me where the SSL certificates are stored on the server?
     
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    wsenter Well-Known Member

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    Good luck

    I did the same thing. Not only can I not get it back, but I installed a new SSL cert that I purchased for a different domain. http://secure.domain.com works but https://secure.domain.com does not. Support has not been much help either.
     
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    PWSowner Well-Known Member

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    Where certificates are stored?

    Normally in
    /usr/share/ssl
    in the certs and private directories.
     
  6. nanabite

    nanabite Active Member

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    Thanks. Just fixed mine up.

    I deleted all the references to my old SSL certificate at /usr/share/ssl/certs and /usr/share/ssl/private. I then went to WHM and did a SSL Certificate Reset and a new certificate was created for me in /usr/local/cpanel/etc/cpanel.pem. I tried https://www.mydomain.com:2087/ and it worked a treat.
     
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    False alarm. It's still working with the old SSL certificate - even though it is no longer in the /usr/share/ssl directory. I'm stumped.
     
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