To get a certificate, you must create a certificate signing request on your server. This process creates a private key and public key on your server. The CSR data file that you send to the SSL Certificate issuer (called a Certificate Authority or CA) contains the public key. The CA uses the CSR data file to create a data structure to match your private key without compromising the key itself. The CA never sees the private key.
Once you receive the SSL certificate, you install it on your server. You also install an intermediate certificate that establishes the credibility of your SSL Certificate by tying it to your CA’s root certificate. The instructions for install and testing your certificates will be different depending on your server.
- SSL Protects Data. The core function of an SSL certificate is to protect server-client communication.
- SSL Affirms Your Identity.
- Better Search Engine Ranking.
- SSL Helps You Satisfy PCI/DSS Requirements.
- SSL Improves Customer Trust.
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