How to Generate A CSR?
If you are looking to generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) for your domain,
You should open a ticket from your Customers’ Area
Go to support section than Report a hosting related issue and SSL related problems.
Please select your Product & Server Software Vendor to view detailed instructions for generating a CSR. If your server is not listed or you need additional information, refer to your server documentation or contact your server vendor.
Please provide below mentioned details in ticket.
- Email Address the Certificate will be sent to:
- Domain to make the certificate for:
- Country (2 letters Abbreviation):
- Company Name:
- Company Division:
For Instance, check below mentioned example:
Email Address the Certificate will be sent to: email@example.com
Domain to make cert for: www.mydomain.com
Country (2 letters Abbreviation): US
City: St. Petersburg
Company Name: My Company
Company Division: Support Division
What additional information you may require?
- You must specify a Fully Qualified Domain Name or domain name to enroll for a RapidSSL, Free SSL or Professional Level certificate.
- Make sure you do not have any illegal characters in any of the fields in the CSR. Illegal characters are [! @ # $ % ^ ( ) ~ ? > < & / , . ” ‘]
- Check the country field. If you are located in the United Kingdom, do not specify your country code when generating the CSR as “UK” – it must be “GB”. Check the 2 letters abbreviation code for your country before signing up a certificate request.
- Make sure you have included the header and footer of the CSR into the enrollment form. The header and footer will look like:
—-BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST —–
—–END CERTIFICATE REQUEST——
Make sure that there are 5 dashes on each side of Begin and End certificate request. There should also be no trailing spaces in the CSR.
Now Get More Information about Generating Certificate Signing Request (CSR) in Detail.
More Information Will Be Coming Soon To Generate CSR for Different Server Types.
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