How to install ssl certificate in cpanel

What You’ll Need 1. Your server certificate This is the certificate you received from the CA for your domain. You may have been sent this via email. If not, you can download it by visiting your Account Dashboard and clicking on your order. 2. Your intermediate certificates These files allow the devices connecting to your server to identify the issuing CA. There may be more than one of these certificates. If you got your certificate in a ZIP folder, it should also contain the Intermediate certificate(s), which is sometimes referred to as a CA Bundle. If not, download the appropriate […]


Tremhost: A Diamond In The Sand


Tremhost is a Zimbabwean web and software service company. It was formed and it started operations in the year 2016. Ever since then it has grown and increased the number and quality of services it provides. This has made it be known as the most effective and best web and software provider in the country and also be known nation wide. There are reasons why it has grown and why is is becoming the most sought after web and software provider. Reasons Why It Is Best Easy To Use Website The Tremhost website is designed in a way that one […]

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Why Choose Tremhost?


To always be at the top of your competition, you must have the right and best backup services at your disposal. Only that way will you be the best at what you do and kill the competition. But the world offers many options to choose from that you may find it difficult to choose the best services for your business. This article will help you with that problem by outlining reasons why you ought to choose Tremhost and no other for your services. It will help you see why Tremhost, which offers a wide range of web and software services […]

What platforms can I sign for?

The platforms that can be signed for are as follows: Windows 8 Any Microsoft format (32 and 64 bit), EXE, OCX, MSI, CAB, DLL, and kernel software Adobe AIR applications JAVA applets Mozilla Object files MS Office Macro or VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) files Apple Mac software for MacOS 9 and OSX Microsoft Silverlight applications or XAF files

How do I export my certificate from my browser?

First, it is important to note that a Code Signing Certificate can only be generated and exported from Firefox. The steps for exporting your code signing certificate and private key in Firefox are as follows: Click the “Open” menu Select “Options” Click on “Advanced” or “Encryption” Under the certificate tab, select “View Certificates” Under Your Certificates, click your certificate name Once highlighted, select “back up all” and enter in your passphrase

Why can’t I download my code signing certificate?

The issue lies with either one, two or a combination of both things. First, make sure you are using Firefox as your default browser. If this browser is not used properly, you will receive an error message. Second, please make sure you are using the same PC which generated the order. If you are using a different PC, the certificate will not be able to download because the corresponding private key is missing.

How do I download my code signing certificate?

After completing the validation process, the CA will release the certificate from their system and send a ‘collection’ or ‘pick-up’ link to the verified email address. Using the same PC which generated the order and Firefox as the browser, follow the link and download the certificate. Firefox will automatically pull the previous stored private key and install the code signing certificate. After downloading is completed, we recommend exporting the code signing certificate and private key from the browser into a PFX (.p12) file.

How do I generate a Code Signing certificate? Do I need a CSR?

In order to utilize the in-browser controls provided by the CA, all applicants who are attempting to generate a code signing certificate must use Firefox as their default browser. If this browser is not properly used, the applicant will receive an Error Message. Due to the amazing in-browser controls provided by the CA, applicants who use Firefox as their browser will be able to automatically generate the CSR and store the private key within Firefox’s file system. This unique private key will automatically be pulled by the corresponding certificate during the installation/download process.

What is a Code Signing Certificate?

A code signing certificate is technically not an SSL certificate. It is a certificate-based digital signature algorithm that verifies a piece of code has not been altered or corrupted since it was signed by the author. You can think of it as “digital shrink-wrap” that verifies code is authentic, increasing customer trust and willingness to download and install it. All major operating systems like Windows, Apple OS X, and Linux support code signing and use it themselves to ensure malicious code can’t be distributed through the patch system.