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Frequently Asked Questions
Little of questions that we got asked frequently
What is an SSL Certificate?
An SSL certificate keeps you and your customers safe by protecting the information that’s flowing to and from your website. It encrypts names, addresses, passwords, account and credit card numbers and more so hackers and other online criminals can’t read them.
Should I choose a Windows or Linux hosting account?
If you’ve already decided you need a hosting account, you might get slipped up when you get asked, “Linux or Windows?” Fortunately, there isn’t a big difference between them and either type of account works for most customers.
To make sure you do get the right type of account, though, you should choose the type of hosting account you want based on how you’re building your site.
How does my customer know my site is secure?
Once a visitor is on an SSL-protected page, the following visual indicators appear to show them that your site is secure and to give them the confidence to proceed:
What happens when my certificate expires?
If you allow a certificate to expire, the certificate becomes invalid, and you will no longer be able to run secure transactions on your website. The Certification Authority (CA) will prompt you to renew your SSL certificate prior to the expiration date.
A certificate can only be renewed up to 120 days prior to and 30 days following the expiration date. You can apply the renewal credit 60 days before expiration or 30 days after expiration.
How does it work?
An SSL certificate serves as an electronic “passport.” It establishes the website’s authenticity and credibility and enables the browser and Web server to build a secure, encrypted connection.
Credibility is established by checking the digital certificate, which includes:
Does Webdomainguru.com support third-party SSLs on its products?
Our third-party SSL support varies depending on the product. Keep in mind, by “support” we mean only that customers can install the SSL certificate themselves — Webdomainguru.com does not assist with the installation itself.
If you need help determining which kind of shared hosting account you have, see What type of hosting account do I have?
Why do you require a 2048-bit key for my CSR?
Due to the increasing computing power available to decrypt SSL certificates, the Certificate Authority Browser (CAB) Forum (the entity that establishes SSL industry standards) requires that all SSL certificates issued after Jan. 1, 2014, use at least 2048-bit keys. SSL certificates that use 1024-bit keys are no longer secure.