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How to enable auto-renewal of SSL certificates

To activate the auto-renewal of an SSL certificate, you must log in to your SW Panel account. Once inside, go to the Domains and SSL -> SSL Certificates Portfolio tab, which you will find in the blue side menu: Locate the certificate that you wan (...)

Manage SSL Certificates

In this manual we are going to access the management of SSL certificates, as well as to see all the management possibilities that are available. Access to SSL certificate management From the main SWPanel Dashboard, click on "Domains and SSL&quot (...)

Enable forced HTTPS redirection

The forced HTTPS activation implies that all requests made to your website, through the HTTP protocol (Port 80), are automatically redirected to HTTPS (Port 443). This means that all requests made to port 80 will be internally redirected to port 443. (...)

How to enable HTTPS connections in Prestashop

Below, we indicate the requirements and steps to follow so that our Prestashop always uses HTTPS secure connections through an SSL certificate. 1- Have an SSL certificate installed on your domain First of all, we must have at our disposal an SSL cert (...)

How to install a Let's Encrypt SSL certificate with SW Panel

Let's Encrypt is a certificate authority that was launched on April 12, 2016. It provides free X.509 certificates for Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption, through an automated process designed to eliminate the current complex process of manual (...)

How to install SSL certificate in Odoo 11

Odoo by default transmits unencrypted information including authentication. That is why we consider that a secure deployment of Odoo, must have HTTPS, which requires SSL certificates that we will tell you how to configure and install. To carry out th (...)

Install third party SSL certificate via SW Panel

To install a third-party SSL certificate from SW Panel, you must have three files in X.509 Base64 format. We will indicate below which files they are and their format so that you can identify them and prepare the installation: Certificate (extensio (...)

Automatically redirect to secure connection 'https'.

By default, once your SSL certificate is installed, visits to the non-secure version ("http://www.tudominio.com") will not be automatically redirected to the secure version ("https://www.tudominio.com"). Here are several ways to c (...)

How to install an SSL certificate obtained via SW Panel

In this manual, we will show you how to install an SSL certificate in just four clicks. To do this, you must have previously acquired the certificate through SWPanel and have a hosting service, either in your cloud or on a PHP Hosting server of SW Ho (...)

How to install SSL certificate in Nginx

To install an SSL certificate in Nginx, we will need the following files: Certificate (.crt) Private key (.key) Certificate Authority (.ca) Do you already have them? Let's get started: Copy the three files to the server. In this manual, we assume (...)

How to install SSL certificate in Apache

To install an SSL certificate in Apache, we will need the following files: Certificate (.crt) Private key (.key) Certificate Authority (.ca) Do you already have them? Let's get started: Copy the three files to the server. In this manual we assume (...)

SSL Certificates

What is an SSL certificate? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It is a security protocol that makes the data transmitted between a server and a web user, in feedback, travel securely, encrypted and encrypted. It uses a system of keys and mathematica (...)

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