Changes Affecting Xolphin as of 15 February 2024

Xolphin is now part of Sectigo. As part of our ongoing strategy to leverage the latest technology in our validation processes, and to improve Xolphin customers' validation times, Sectigo is updating the Xolphin platform and APIs. This means, however, that API changes are coming to Resellers who sell OV/EV SSL and Code Signing certificates issued by Sectigo.

For more information see our guide. For questions contact Xolphin Support.

C2Net Stronghold

  • Certificate Installation Login to the server as root (using ssh if preferred). If a temporary SSL certificate is saved in Serverroot/ssl/certs, move or delete it. Type the following command:[root@server] getca www.sslc...


  • Certificates are managed in Stronghold using three commands: genkey, getca and genreq. The certificates are normally stored in /usr/local/ssl/private/. Creating a Private Key If there is no private key yet, it should firs...



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