Step by step for installing a freessl cert so every domain o

fog

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Please help. I need a ssl cert so that all clients on a machine can make use of https://theirdomain.com
 

xp2u

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FreeSSL setup

Below are the steps:

1) In Root WHM, generate the CRS
2) Go to freessl.com and register a chain SSL at USD15.00.
3) Follow all the steps in the website. It has very simple guidelines.
4) remember to use your hostname in the form of name.yourdomainname.com as you setup up in Root WHM Edit Setup. If you use yourdomainname.com only, it will not be shared by all your client.
5) After you have completed all registration and payment step, an email will be sent to you to confirm approval.
6) GO back to Root WHM and click install SSL. Click the fetch button for both Cert and Key. If you see something, many messed code, appeared, you have managed to install FreeSSL. Click submit/save button. That's all.

Should you need me to help you to install, just msn me at [email protected]
 

fog

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Thanks so much! I'm gonna follow this in a bit and will post results.
 

NeutralGold

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umm, I cant connect to neither cpanel or whm after installing the chainssl, I know i've did something wrong and dont know what. Please help, I've never installed an ssl till today and now its goofed
 

mpierre

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Hello !

apprenrently the price for a Chained SSL has risen to 29$ USD, but it is still negligeable...

I mainly wanted to know :

When connecting with Secure E-mail, will it remove the error if I set ip up using my FQDN ??? And will it do the same for the WHM login ?

If it also provides SSL to my clients, fine, but it is not my goal
 

NeutralGold

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lol what happened to freessl certs being free? I have several certs from them but now i visit there site and there no longer free, lol am i missing something here?
 

mpierre

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They are no longer free, but at least they are recognized...

BTW, how do I set it up ? I tried but failed...
 

bonnmac

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Well I've done what I'm supposed to but freessl is telling me that my csr is invalid. Any ideas?

cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:
 

kingx

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fressl help

iam having the same problem with freessl i copy and paste my csr in the field and get invaild csr file, has anyone find out a way around this.

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