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SSL Certificates

Managing AutoSSL in cPanel (SSL/TLS Status)

AutoSSL is activated by default in your hosting account as it automatically installs and renews cPanel/Comodo certificates for each domain in cPanel. AutoSSL performs automatic check of all domains and if necessary installs new or renews the already installed cPanel/Comodo certificates. Through cPanel » SSL/TLS Status you can manage AutoSSL, perform a check or exclude a specific… »


Reissuing Your SSL Certificate

After a SSL certificate has once been issued, there is an option for reissuing it in case any details such as a new private key, company name or seat and others need to be changed in the CSR. The domain for which the certificate is issued CANNOT be changed during the reissuing procedure. You can… »

cPanel AutoSSL - SSL Certificate for Each Domain

For all hosting plans and Managed VPS servers by SuperHosting.BG you can now benefit from the AutoSSL feature. This is a system feature in cPanel/WHM that allows you to automatically install SSL certificates. The new SSL certificates installed via AutoSSL are specially developed by cPanel in cooperation with Comodo. The cPanel/Comodo certificates are completely free,… »


Configuring an SSL Certificate Purchased From SuperHosting.BG

To issue an SSL certificate, you first need to fill in the necessary data. After you have already purchased an SSL certificate from SuperHosting.BG you can configure it in three easy steps through your customer profile. First log into your customer profile, go to the menu on the left and click on SSL Certificates. A list containing… »

HTTPS - Part of the Website’s Content is Loaded over an Insecure Connection (HTTP)

When a website is accessed over HTTPS (, the server connection is encrypted via SSL (SSL Certificate). Thus data transmitted between a user and the server is encrypted and protected from being tracked and accessed by third parties. However, when the website has internal or external resources, loaded over a non-encrypted connection (HTTP), most browsers display a… »


What is Let's Encrypt?

Let’s Encrypt is a certificate that encrypts the connection between the web browser and the web server, like known and widely distributed SSL certificates. The difference to them is that it is free and uses a simplified issuance process. Let’s Encrypt certificate comes closest to SSL certificates with domain validation. An alternative to Let’s Encrypt… »


SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)

SSL is a protocol developed by the Netscape Communications Corporation. Its basic function is to protect information from eavesdropping, counterfeiting, and more, while providing a high level of confidentiality. It is used for online payments, online transfers, e-banking, etc. The SSL certificate provides an encrypted connection between the server and the customer’s browser. When confidential information… »

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