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How do I activate PositiveSSL on namecheap?

Activate the certificate.

  • Sign into your Namecheap account.
  • Mouse over your username in the left upper corner >> Account Panel:
  • Select Product List >> SSL Certificates:
  • Click on the Activate button next to the certificate you want to use:
  • Paste the CSR code we provided you with in the corresponding box.

Is namecheap free SSL?

To ensure your site retains its “secure” status with Google, Namecheap will issue a free Comodo SSL Certificate. This SSL coverage is free for the remaining time of your original, non-Comodo certificate. No credit card or payment will be required to sign up for a free Comodo SSL, and there is no long-term commitment.

How do I enable SSL?

Activating the SSL certificate on your website

  1. Click on SSL/TLS under Security in cPanel.
  2. Under Install and Manage SSL for your site (HTTPS), click on Manage SSL sites.
  3. Under Install an SSL Website, click on Browse Certificates.
  4. Select the SSL certificate to activate.

What is PositiveSSL namecheap?

Comodo PositiveSSL Certificates

PositiveSSL is one of the most popular SSL certificates on the market, and for good reason. Like all low-cost SSL solutions from Namecheap, PositiveSSL brings encryption, validation, and trustworthiness to your site.

How do I make my namecheap site secure?

Activate the certificate.

  • Sign into your Namecheap account.
  • Mouse over your username in the left upper corner >> Account Panel:
  • Select Product List >> SSL Certificates:
  • Click on the Activate button next to the certificate you want to use:
  • Paste the CSR code we provided you with in the corresponding box.

How long does it take to activate SSL certificate?

Standard certificates

For standard single-name and wildcard certificates, it can take from a minimum of one hour to several hours, after you approve the SSL certificate. Occasionally, the issuance may take longer and require up to several days. This is the case when some issue occurs during the issuance or validation.