A CSR stands for Certificate Signing Request and is necessary for all SSL certificates in order to complete the generation process. A CSR is generated from your server. If you don’t have sufficient access to your server, please contact your … Read More
Please consult official documentation for your server, operating system, or control panel. Most documentation can be found online through a simple Google search. For cPanel/WHM users, find instructions here. You may also try an online generator
It is impossible to edit any fields once the CSR has been created. You will simply need to generate a new CSR with the correct details
Make sure you have the correct file copied and not your self-signed certificate, your previous SSL, or if it is bundled as a PKCS7 or PKCS12. Or, you could have a pass-phrase that does not have alpha-numeric characters or disallowed … Read More
If this happens, your common name is not appropriately formatted for your type of certificate (wildcard certificates should use *.domain.com, for example) or you could also have disallowed characters in other fields. Please create a new CSR that only use … Read More
The private key is used on the server-side exchange for creating the secure connection. It should never be exposed to your SSL provider or outside users, unless specifically requested by your web host for installation. Please note if the private … Read More
This is because it is missing one or more required fields or the CSR contains non-alphanumeric characters in the required fields.