What to Do After You Buy an SSL Certificate

Note: If you haven’t purchased an SSL certificate yet, you can do so in the Account Control Center (ACC) or by calling our sales team. Check out our article, How to Order an SSL Certificate, for more information.   So you bought an SSL certificate to secure your site. Now what? The first step you […]

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How to Order an SSL Certificate

SL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates tell your visitors and potential customers that your site is trustworthy. It secures the connection between your website and the customer so that neither of you has to worry about data being leaked. You can easily get an SSL certificate on your site by ordering one through pair Networks. The […]

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Video: How to Enable SSL on Your Server

Learn how to enable SSL on your server: Transcript: Hi. This is Charlie and I’ll show you how to enable the SSL secure server. On the left-hand side, click Add Ons and then select the option that says Secure Server. To enable the secure server, click on the button that says Confirm Secure Server Upgrade. […]

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Video: Adding a pairSSL Certificate

Learn how to add a pairSSL Certificate to your domain in the Account Control Center: Transcript: Hi. This is Charlie, and today I will show you how to add a pairSSL certificate. On the left-hand side of our menu system, click Add Ons and then pairSSL certificates. This is the page where it shows all the […]

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Troubleshooting: I Have SSL, but My Browser says My Site is Insecure

Topics: Possible Reason #1: SSL Certificate Not Installed Possible Reason #2: SSL Enabled, But No Certificate Possible Reason #3: Your SSL Certificate Expired Possible Reason #4: Non-Secure Links/Resources SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer protocol, helps protect information that is exchanged between a server and a client. For more information about what SSL is, see our […]

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Secure Server (SSL) Information

SSL, which stands for Secure Sockets Layer, is a protocol that allows traffic between a Web server and client (ie, the browser) to be strongly encrypted, using public key technology. Access to a SSL-enabled server is made through URLs that begin with “https:” rather than “http:” The secure connection is made on port 443 rather […]

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Using SSL

This article answers common questions about the use of SSL on accounts here at pair Networks. Topics Enabling SSL Accessing Files Securely Obtaining a Secure Certificate pairSSL Third-Party Certificate Authority Self-Signed Certificates Using SSL with pairsite.com Enabling SSL SSL access is included with most hosting packages at pair Networks, and is available as an add-on […]

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