Otherwise, you can use the new c Panel SSL/TLS Manager to complete the SSL install process on your own when purchasing a 3rd party SSL certificate.**Notice: the SSL/TLS manager will be available in c Panel after purchasing a dedicated IP address If you just need a SSL certificate for testing purposes, you can generate a self-signed SSL certificate for free.
You need a separate Private Key for each SSL certificate you wish to use.
Before getting an SSL certificate for your website, you need to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR).
This request will include your domain name and company, as well as information specific to the server you're hosting on.
If you just need your website data encrypted, and are not worried about web-browser warnings you can generate a self-signed SSL certificate for free.
When you access a self-signed SSL website from your web-browser, you will get an self signed SSL warning such as this one in Google Chrome.
You can simply safely click on Proceed anyway to still get to the website.When you're on your website if you click on the SSL padlock icon, you can see the reason we got a warning is because the website's identity has not been verified.This is because we used a self-signed SSL certificate and it wasn't verified by a 3rd party certificate authority Hello, Sorry for the problems with the old SSL certificate in your c Panel/WHM.SSL certificates can only be installed by account owners on VPS or Dedicated Server accounts with root access.Otherwise, please submit a request to our live technical support team if you need an SSL Certificate installed.The latest c Panel 11.38 release comes with a new SSL/TLS Manager which is available to c Panel users when enabled in WHM.