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Guest harry201502
Hello, at the moment there is no possibility to use cheap/free domain verified certificates with free reseller account, because they require upload of a intermediate CA certificate to be fully functional (see ticket #410198 ). If i check my cert. installation on: [URL]https://www.geocerts.com/ssl_checker[/URL] it shows errors. Please activate this in cPanel so reseller (and customers?) can use e.g. free Startcom certificate. Thank you Kind regards Edited by harry201502
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Guest BurkeKnight
[B]Please note this is not a tech support forum. If you have a issue with your hosting that requires staff assistance, please kindly send us a support ticket, you can register [URL="http://support.ifastnet.com"]here for support.[/URL] Don't forget to check our [URL="http://kb.securesignup.net/"]Knowledge Base[/URL][/B]
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Guest harry201502
[QUOTE=BurkeKnight;n2258][B]Please note this is not a tech support forum. If you have a issue with your hosting that requires staff assistance, please kindly send us a support ticket, you can register [URL="http://support.ifastnet.com"]here for support.[/URL] Don't forget to check our [URL="http://kb.securesignup.net/"]Knowledge Base[/URL][/B][/QUOTE] This feature request is the result of 2 support tickets. Https is not fully supported in Free Reseller and Client accounts. Website visitors with new fresh installed Firefox get warning that This Connection is Untrusted. This is on all only domain verified cheap certificates.
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