Certificate Authorities

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A Certificate authority (or Certification authority (CA)) is a company that issues digital certificates for other parties. Such certificates can be used to create digital signatures and public-private keys. The certification authority issues a public key certificate, which attests that the public key belongs to a particular person, company or any other entity as provided in the certificate.

An SSL certificate provides secure transactions of personal information of web-site's visitors.

The module can be used for the Certificate Authorities management: a provider may add new authorities, edit and delete existing ones. You can also create and manage SSL templates.

Module «Certificate Authorities»
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of Certificate Authorities
Image:T-new.png Add new Certificate Authority
Image:T-edit.png Edit Certificate Authority
Image:T-delete.png Delete Certificate Authority
Image:T-editlist.png SSL certificate template
Image:T-attr.png Certificate settings

View a list of Certificate Authorities

  • ID - Certificate Authority unique identifier.
  • Name - Certificate Authority name.

Add new Certificate Authority

To add a new Certificate Authority, click the "New" icon and fill out the following form.

The billing panel is currently integrated with the following providers of SSL certificate:

Set up manually

Module «Certificate Authorities»
  • Certification center - select a Certificate Authority.
  • Responsible department - select a responsible department that will receive notifications from the Certificate Authority or will process trouble tickets in case of errors. Customer's orders and requests will be sent to that department.

Note: depending on the certificate authority, the form fields will very.

Reseller Club

Module «Certificate Authorities»
  • Reseller ID - enter your account username you use to log in to Reseller Club website.
  • Password - enter your account password you use to log in to Reseller Club website.
  • API URL address - enter a URL to access API of the Certificate Authority. Currently two types of URL addresses are available: https://test.httpapi.com/ for accessing test environment and https://httpapi.com/ for accessing production environment. We would strongly recommend that you first test the integraition module on the demo server.

In order to use API, you need to enter the IP-address that will send API requests in the Member area of a Certificate authority. Go to "Settings" -> "API" -> "HTTP" to provide allowed IP-addresses.

Automatic order of additional licenses to secure multiple servers that have the same domain name is currently not supported.


Module «Certificate Authorities»
  • Username - enter your username you use to log in to TheSSLStore
  • Password - enter the password you use to log in to TheSSLStore
  • API URL address - enter https://sandbox-wbapi.thesslstore.com/ to access test environment and https://api.thesslstore.com/ to access production environment.
  • PartnerCode - enter a partner code that will be used to send requests via API. To get one, contact the TheSSLStore support center (you may submit a request at test-admin@thesslstore.com to get a partner code for tests).


To enable API access, the following requirements must be met:

  • You must have 200$ and above on your personal account in Namecheap;
  • You must have 20 or above domains ordered;
  • You must have paid 200$ or above during the last two years.

If at least one requirement is met, you may enable API access to Namecheap functions. Login to your Namecheap account, go to My Account > Manage Profile page and select API Access option. Enter your password and enable this function. You will be allotted an API Key that you will need to enter when configuring integration. You will need to enter an IP-address for API requests.

When adding a new certificate authority fill out the following form:

Module «Certification authorities»
  • Username - enter your API user name.
  • Password - enter your API Key that you were provided with during integration.
  • API URL address - enter https://api.sandbox.namecheap.com for accessing test environment and https://api.namecheap.com for production environment.
  • IP-address - enter an IP-address from which requests will be sent to API Namecheap (IP-address of the BILLmanager server).

The following SSL certificates are currently available for order:

  • QuickSSL
  • QuickSSL Premium
  • RapidSSL
  • RapidSSL Widcard
  • Positive SSL

For more information about API Namecheap, please contact https://www.namecheap.com/support/api/api.aspx


  • Username - enter your API user name.
  • Password - enter your API password.
  • Handle - enter your id in the Networing4All system.
  • API URL address - https://www.networking4all.com:443/api/soap/
  • Demo - select the check box to be able to use demo access for tests.


You must first provide your GlobalSign address to connect to API. You can send the address to api@globalsign.com.

  • Username - enter your API user name.
  • Password - enter your API password.
  • Demo - select the check box to be able to use demo access for tests.


To use the eNom test mode, you can follow the link https://resellertest.enom.com, login - resellerdemo, password - resellerdemo. Or you can use your test account that can be requested. API address for connection should be added on the list of trusted addresses.

  • Username - enter your API user name.
  • Password - enter your API password.
  • Demo - select the check box to be able to use demo access for tests.

Edit Certificate Authority

To edit a Certificate Authority, locate the one you wish to edit, click the "Edit" icon and modify the settings you want to change.

Delete Certificate Authority

To delete a Certificate Authority, select it from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you wish to delete the Certificate authority by clicking OK on the following form.

Certificate settings

This function can be used to set specific parameters for certificate management. Click the "Settings" icon and select the required check boxes:

Module «Certificate authorities»
  • Process manually - select the check box to show the icon that can be used to process the certificates manually (the icon will be displayed in the "Services" section -> "SSL certificate").
  • Create ticket in case of errors - select the check box to submit a trouble ticket, if certificate processing fails. The ticket will be assigned to a responsible department that you have provided for a certificate authority.
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