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SSL Expired but its not?

Discussion in 'Security' started by willitman, Jan 19, 2018.

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  1. willitman

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    Hi Guys,
    I am really new to SSL and signing as I have never done it before.

    I have a *.yoursite.com SSL certificate that is new and in date, but under 'Manage SSL Hosts' it says its expired?

    If I go to 'Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain' and browse, the certificate is there with a 2020 exp date?
    Can you please help with this?


    Thanks guys
    Will
     
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    Hello Will,

    I believe you are encountering a defect where inactive (no longer utilized) SSL certificates are listed in "WHM >> Manage SSL Hosts". This is fixed in cPanel version 70 with the following case:

    Fixed case CPANEL-17902: EA3: Ensure the 'default SSL' vhost is bound to all of the shared IPs.
    Fixed case CPANEL-17902: WHM: Do not display the 'default SSL' on the Manage SSL Hosts interface.


    You can safely ignore that listing until your server is updated to cPanel version 70 (it's currently only available in the Edge build tier).

    Thank you.
     
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