SSL Certificates

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Why Do You Need An SSL Certificate?

A website must have an SSL certificate to protect user data, verify that the owner owns the website, prevent attackers from creating fake versions of the website, and gain user trust.
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First impressions 
are everything.

The last thing your website visitors want to see is a big security warning!
Your website WITHOUT an SSL Certificate
Your website WITH an SSL Certificate:

Increase website sales and conversion rates.

Having an SSL Certificate installed has been proven to reduce cart abandon rates.
By using SSL certificates, a client can verify that the server they are communicating with is the correct one that owns the domain.

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Don’t Take The Risk

The SSL standard will become mandatory in 2022 if you own a website or blog. That's all there is to it. In today's world, SSL certificates are no longer a luxury; they are an absolute necessity.

Could you imagine how secure you would feel if your browser warned you about a "not secure" website? Chrome will display that message if you don't have an SSL certificate in the upcoming version. Is that something you would like? It's obvious you don't.

Therefore, what are you waiting for? Adding an unbreakable layer of protection to your site is as simple as ordering one of our SSL certificates from the super affordable packages that we offer.

How does SSL certificate work?

SSL certificates work with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
A visitor connects to the website by requesting the server's public key and providing its own public key. A message sent by the user to the server is encrypted with the public key. As soon as the server receives the message, it decrypts it using the private key
Two keys are used in this cryptography technique. Encryption is achieved between the two systems using private and public keys. In order for information to be exchanged and securely transmitted, keys are used to encode and decode it.
A public key is used to encrypt the messages before they are sent back to the browser.
SSL certificates work with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
A visitor connects to the website by requesting the server's public key and providing its own public key. A message sent by the user to the server is encrypted with the public key. As soon as the server receives the message, it decrypts it using the private key
Two keys are used in this cryptography technique. Encryption is achieved between the two systems using private and public keys. In order for information to be exchanged and securely transmitted, keys are used to encode and decode it.
A public key is used to encrypt the messages before they are sent back to the browser.

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  • Protects from attacks such as Phishing
  • Enhance customer trust and revenue
  • Resulting in higher search engine rankings
  • Protection against Google warnings
  • Customer Data Protection

Frequently Asked Queries

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What is an SSL Certificate?

An SSL certificate is also a Secure Sockets Layer or HTTPS certificate. It protects websites from getting attacked by hackers and other Internet threats. When you connect to a secure website, the address bar turns green and has the https:// protocol. A certificate authority issues the SSL certificate. It is then used by web developers and owners of web domains to secure their websites. The CA determines the validity of the certificate. The CA is a company that has been issued a certificate by a certificate authority.

How to choose an SSL certificate?

When choosing an SSL certificate, you should consider the level of security your website needs, the type of website, and your budget. Make sure you evaluate the domain, organization, and extended validation, and then choose a trusted provider for these validations, such as Internetpages.net.

How do I reissue my SSL certificate?

Here are the general steps you can take to reissue an SSL certificate:

Login to your account: Go to the website of the certificate authority (CA) that issued your SSL certificate and log in to your account.

Find the option to reissue: Look for a button or menu option that allows you to reissue your certificate. It may be labeled as "Reissue," "Renew," "Replace," or something similar.

Submit a new CSR: Generate a new certificate signing request (CSR) for the certificate. Make sure to use the new domain name or organization name if that has changed.

Validate the domain: If you've changed the domain name associated with the certificate, you'll need to prove that you own the new domain. You will usually have to verify the domain ownership through the email, file-based, or DNS-based validation process.

Install the new certificate: Once you've received the new SSL certificate from the CA, you'll need to install it on your web server. This process may be different depending on the CA and the web server software you're using.

Update internal systems and security groups: Update any internal systems and security groups that use the old certificate to use the new one.

Please keep in mind that the specific process for reissuing an SSL certificate may vary depending on the CA and the type of certificate you have, but the steps outlined above should give you a general idea of what to expect.

Also, if your SSL certificate private key is compromised, you should revoke the SSL certificate immediately and issue a new one. If you're not sure if your certificate has been compromised, you can contact the certificate authority and they will assist you in verifying and revoking

SSL Certification in Four Easy Steps?

Step1 : Purchase it

The first step is to purchase the right SSL certificate for your needs.

step 2: Activate It
In the Account Panel, you can activate your SSL certificate immediately after purchase (or later, if you wish.) A CSR code will be assigned and your domain will be indicated.

step 3: Install It
After your SSL certificate has been validated and issued, instructions will be sent to you on how to install it.

step 4: Managing it
In your Account Panel, you can manage SSL certificates (including renewing and reissuing).

How do I renew an SSL certificate?

You can renew an SSL certificate from any machine if the account is active. Just log in to your Internetpages.pk account and follow the following steps:
1. From the Domain Manager, click on the Manage SSL link
2. Under Management, select the domain name. Click Renew SSL Certificate
3. Provide the domain name and click the Renew SSL Certificate button.
4. You can complete the transaction on the Cname settings page or click the Payment tab to make a payment.

Why get an SSL certificate from Internetpages?

At Internetpages, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible security for their websites at an affordable price. We work with Comodo CA to ensure that our SSL certificates are of the highest quality, so you can be confident that your website is safe. With various SSL certificate options available, we are sure to have the right fit for your website.

How to install SSL certificates?

It is not rocket science to install an SSL certificate. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:
1) Find a certification authority that issues the SSL certificates supported by your web server. Make sure you find a CA that is trusted by the browser you are using: For example, if you use Chrome, you can use Internetpages.net
2) If you need to buy the certificate, you will need to pay them a fee. This will be a small price for the more secure connection you can provide to your clients.
3) The certificate authority will provide you with the SSL certificate and an intermediate certificate in a PEM format.
4) Upload the certificate to your web server.
5) If you are using Apache, you can install the certificate by following this link. If you are using NGINX, you can install the certificate by following this link. For IIS, you can install the certificate by following this link.

How do I activate an SSL certificate?

After you have purchased your SSL certificate, the next step is to generate a CSR code on the server where your website is hosted. You will need a dedicated IP address or SNI technology active on any shared servers. It is also essential to use a web host that supports third-party SSL certificates; however, if you are an Internetpages hosting customer, this requirement has already been fulfilled.

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