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 Can I transfer my current SSL to my new hosting?

You can retain your current SSL certificate and install it on your new hosting account. The...

 How Do I Start Using SSL with FTP?

These are two types of secure FTP. SFTP SFTP is FTP Using SSH. SFTP is allowed on any server,...

 How Shared SSL Warnings May Appear

          In Internet Explorer, you may see a warning similar to this one: There is a problem...

 How SSL Works ?

1. Browser Requests an SSL Site When a browser requests an SSL site from your server, it...

 How to Avoid the Browser SSL Warning

In order to use the shared SSL certificate without warnings, you must use the secure server name...

 How to Set Up and Use Your Shared SSL

SSL (secure socket layers) encrypts information as it is transferred across the Internet.  Our...

 I have Purchased a SSL But my site still says http?

Your home page should always be http. You only want to use https for your online forms and places...

 I Have Purchased a SSL from You. Now How Do I Use it?

Once the SSL you have purchased is installed, simply upload files and pages as you normally...

 Installation Requirements of SSL Certificate.

Before an SSL certificate can be installed, the domain must have a dedicated IP address. All...

 POP3 or IMAP with SSL

For a secure email connection using SSL, you must replace your normal mail.domain.com URL with...

 What is a self signed SSL?

A self-signed SSL certificate is an identity certificate signed by its own creator; however, they...

 What is SSL / Secure Certificate?

SSL and Secure Certificates provide security for your website by encrypting communications...

 What type of SSL / Secure Certificate do I need?

There are several types of SSL Certificates (also known as Secure Certificates) that you can...

 Why Does the Free Shared SSL Have Browser Warnings?

If you use your server's shared SSL with your domain name instead of the secure server name, your...

 Why to use SSL ?

There are two main reasons why you would need an SSL Certificate.  The first and most common...