DirectAdmin

  • Before an user is able to install an SSL certificate in DirectAdmin, the user should be assigned a dedicated IP address. This can be done as followed: The admin that created the user should have a spare unassigned IP-addr...

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  • Be aware that registering a domain under an admin-account could lead to problems in DirectAdmin. If possible, use the reseller- or user account. It's required to have an owned IP-address that is bound to the user installing...

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  • Note: Older versions of DirectAdmin allow only one IP address per account. If there is already a Private Key and a certificate installed using DirectAdmin, a self signed certificate must first be created. After this is done...

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  • It is possible to secure the DirectAdmin interface with an SSL Certificate. The steps required for this are described below. Place the previously created private key along with your certificate and your root and intermedia...

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  • Sometimes it happens that a regular installation doesn't work out as expected. In that case we can decide to install the certificate by manually modifying the configuration. This requires root access to the server. In some ...

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  • Server Name Indication¬†is an extension of SSL and TLS which indicates which host name the client wishes to establish a connection with at the start of the handshaking process. This enables the server to present several certi...

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SSLCheck

Our SSLCheck will examine your website's root and intermediate certificates for correctness and report any potential issues

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