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Working with SSL Certificates
If your certificate worked prior to March 2015, and you’re now seeing the following error, you might need to re-key your certificate:
This happened because Google stopped supporting certificates using the SHA-1 hash (an encryption algorithm) in March 2015 and now requires SHA-2. As a best practice, all certificates should use [...]
If you use a SHA-1 certificate, you need to change its signature algorithm to SHA-2 to ensure your certificate’s security
To Update Your Certificate to SHA-2
Log in to your Account Manager.
Click SSL Certificates.
Next to the certificate you want to use, click Manage.
Next to the certificate you want to use, in the [...]
After your SSL is issued, you can display the site seal on your website to inform visitors that transactions are conducted securely.
Learn about re-keying your SSL certificate.
If you have a Standard or Deluxe (High Assurance) SSL certificate, you can change its “common name,” which is the primary domain name which it encrypts.
With Deluxe SSLs, you can only change the common name; you cannot change the organization’s information.
You must go through the domain verification process for [...]
If you submitted your SSL request for the wrong domain name, you can cancel the pending request.
Revoking your SSL certificate cancels it, and immediately removes HTTPS from the website.
After your certificate request is approved, download and install both certificate files.
To validate domain name control for your SSL, you can use a web control page in your hosting account.
Applications are configured to verify a certificate using Online Certificate Status Protocol, or Certificate Revocation Lists.