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SSL Certificates and Logins for your Servers
I had a general quesiton on how everyone handles SSL Certs and logins.
We only use SSL/Secure logins for our customers when they login into cpanel. So it always uses https://servername.domain.com
Now if a SSL Cert isn't installed, obviously a pop-up window comes up, with this is not a valid SSL Cert, etc etc...
So, my question is. Does everyone buy separate QuickSSL Certificates for each of their servers?
Is there a different route for login that you use? We have a login script which looks up the customer's domain, and then points them to the servername.
I was thinking about buying a WildCard SSL Cert, so you can use *.domain.com.
However, it seems like this only works for one server and does not work if its installed on other servers? Am I wrong on that part?
Any info would be great.
I would suggest just not having the login form be SSL. Most sites that you log into aren't anyway. If you do have an SSL site, I would suggest going the sub domain route so each customer has thier own URL.
Hi liquidjoel, maybe im misunderstanding
But Its not the login form that is exactly SSL.
People login just by typing their domain off our main site.
But where it takes you to is a Secure login.
For example, someone types in their domain, it looks up location in database, and points it to correct server.
So it in turn sends them to:
So if you are saying that the software requires you to use SSL, I would see if there is a way to turn it off, or just buy a cert that allows you to use it on any subdomain.