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Working with SSL Certificates
After your SSL is issued, you can display the site seal on your website to inform visitors that transactions are conducted securely.
If you have an SSL on your Windows® hosting account, you can make sure your visitors always have a secure connection by automatically directing HTTP connections to HTTPS.
To do this, you’ll need to either create or modify your hosting account’s web.config file. If you need to create one, see:
Creating New [...]
Learn about re-keying your SSL certificate.
This article explains how to request a Deluxe Secure Certificate.
You can monitor the status and progress of your SSL certificate request in your account.
Applications are configured to verify a certificate using Online Certificate Status Protocol, or Certificate Revocation Lists.
If you have a Standard Single Domain SSL applied to your hosting account, you can check its status in the Hosting Control Center.
After you purchase an SSL certificate, activate the SSL credit to request a new certificate for your website.
Revoking your SSL certificate cancels it, and immediately removes HTTPS from the website.
If you’re having difficulty installing your SSL certificate, the SSL installation tool can help diagnose problems.