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September 10, 2019

How to block IPs with .htaccess

How to block IPs specific to various countries from accessing your site.
September 09, 2019

What are SSL certificates?

SSL certificates are digital certificates that authenticate your website’s identity and allow for secure transmission of sensitive information.
September 09, 2019

How to cancel a SSL certificate

How to cancel an existing SSL certificate attached to a Nexcess service from within your Nexcess Client Portal.
September 09, 2019

What is SNI?

What is SNI?
Standing for server name indication, SNI is an TLS protocol extension that allows a server to connect multiple SSL certificates a single IP address.
September 09, 2019

What is an extended validation (EV) multi-domain SSL certificate?

Extended Validation certificates — or Subject Alternative Name (SAN) certificates — allow a domain owner to assign multiple domains and sub-domains to a single SSL certificate.
September 09, 2019

What is a self-signed SSL certificate?

A self-signed SSL certificate does not use the chain of trust used by other SSL certificates and is often used to perform internal testing without the effort of acquiring a standard SSL certificate.
September 09, 2019

What are the benefits of dedicated IP addresses?

Learn about the frequently misunderstood benefits of dedicated IP addresses.
September 09, 2019

How to manage SSL certificates for system services

Nexcess clients can learn how to perform various operations with SSL certificates for system services with NodeWorx.
September 09, 2019

How to choose between yourdomain.com and www.yourdomain.com for your CSR

Getting an SSL certificate first requires you to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR), and some require you to specify “domain.com” or “www.domain.com” as the common name of your website.
September 09, 2019

What is a wildcard SSL certificate?

Wildcard SSL certificates secure website URLs and an unlimited number of subdomains under a single IP address. Wildcard SSL certificates have the same level of security as standard SSL certificates.
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