SSL certificate template

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If you customers are dealing with e-commerce and they need to secure personal and confidential data that is transferred through the Internet (e.g. credit card information, authorization data, etc.), you may provide them with an SSL certificates service. SSL - Secure Sockets Layer - provides secure transfer of information between client and Internet.

SSL technology makes use of private key for data encryption transferred through an SSL connection. To provide secure connection through a SSL protocol between server and browser, a SSL certificate is required. It is an electronic document which uses a digital signature to bind together a public key with an identity information. SSL certificate contains information about a key's owner, public key, etc.

This module can be used to create and manage SSL certificates for a selected Certificate Authority. The templates from this module will be used when adding new Packages.


Module «Certificate Authority»
Image:T-back.png Back to the previous page
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of certificate templates
Image:T-new.png Add new certificate template
Image:T-edit.png View the certificate template
Image:T-delete.png Delete certificate template

View a list of certificate templates

  • ID - SSL certificate template identifier.
  • Name - name of the SSL certificate template.

Add new certificate template

To add a new SSL certificate template, click the "Add" icon and fill out the form. Depending on the Certificate Authority selected above the forms may vary:

Module «Certificate Authority»
  • Name - enter a name for the SSL certificate template.
  • Certificate type - select a certificate type for which you wish to create a template. The list of certificate types will vary depending on the Certificate Authority.
  • Properties - select the check box to manually choose the properties you need. Otherwise they will be set automatically.
  • Multiple subdomains - check the box to secure multiple sub-domains with one SSL certificate.
  • Organization information - check the box to make a user to provide organization information when ordering an SSL certificate.
  • Extended verification - check the box to allow extended verification when ordering the SSL certificate (organization information must be confirmed by appropriate documents).
  • 2048-bit CSR - check the box to allow for a 2048-bit Certificate Signing Request.
  • IDN - select the check box to enable support of the Internationalized Domain names.
  • with WWW + without WWW - select the check box to apply a newly created SSL certificate for both WWW and non-WWW domains.

Edit the certificate template

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

Delete certificate template

To delete an SSL certificate template, select it from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you wish to delete the selected certificate template by clicking OK on the following form.

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