How to Replace your SSL Certificate purchased through Acmetek User Portal

Sometimes depending on the circumstances an organization may have to replace/reissue their SSL certificate. Doing so will require the following for the SSL certificate in question. Generation of a New CSR for the SSL certificate in question. Common Name or Order ID. Organizational or Technical Contact’s e-mail address associated with the SSL order. To manage your SSL Order perform the following: Click on the below link to manage the Certificate. The link will open a Symantec Order Specific Page, where you will be asked to enter the following for security purposes. Order ID or the Common Name for the order. Email address (organization or technical). Image number. Click Continue. Click Request Access against the correct order ID. An e-mail will be sent to […]

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Replacing SHA-1 with SHA-2 certificates

How to Replace SHA-1 with SHA-2 certificates: Depending on what Certificate Authority and how you purchased your certificate a reissue of the certificate may be available to you. This would require a New CSR to be generated typically with a reissue or replace option available in a portal that is used to manage your SSL certificate. The end result will be a new SHA2 SSL certificate issued that will then have to be reinstalled back on the server system. Identify certificates that have a SHA-1 algorithm. Knowing the Order number or Common Name of the SSL certificate issued will typically be required. If your SSL certificate was issued through Acmetek Click HERE. Note: Contact your Certificate Authority for procedures in […]

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