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SSL Secure Server
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- Overview of SSL
SSL certificates are essential for encrypting sensitive data such as credit card numbers, email addresses, and other identifying information passed to your server. SSL certificates also provide "proof of ownership" to the user entering his or her personal information on your site. Access to th ...
- How to use your shared SSL
You can find the secure URL to access the shared SSL certificate by logging in to your account manager and clicking on "Account Information". Your secure URL will be at the very bottom of the list. If you like, you can E-Mail us and we can provide you with the URL. If you would like your own ...
- Why do I get a security warning on my secure page?
Scan your page for security errors: www.whynopadlock.com You may be receiving an SSL warning on your page for any of the following reasons: 1. You have an Intro or Basic hosting account with LexiConn and you are trying to call pages through a secure URL. SSL is not available for our Intro and ...
- How can I troubleshoot an SSL security warning on a page using Firefox?
Scan your page for security errors: www.whynopadlock.com In Firefox, you can click on Tools-->Page Info: 1. Click on the Media tab. Scroll through the list of media itmes on your page and check the "Address" for each item, making certain that the URL begins with "https://". Correct any unsecur ...
- How do I obtain my own SSL certificate?
Every advanced, resold, and Shopsite account includes the use of a shared SSL certificate found on the server. The shared certificate offers the same functionality as your own certificate would, only the URL changes to the URL of the server on secure pages. Generally, people choose to have the ...
- How can I troubleshoot an SSL security warning on my page using Internet Explorer?
1. Navigate to the page using Internet Explorer. You will receive the typical security warning, and you will be prompted whether or not you would like to display the non-secure items on the page. If you select not to display the items, the page will load without them. If the unsecure items are ...
- Customers are contacting me about a security warning on my page, but when I visit the page I cannot see it.
Your users are probably using Internet Explorer while you are likely using another browser, such as Firefox. Although Firefox generally displays the "padlock" icon next to the address bar indicating the security status of a site, unlike Internet Explorer, it does not generate a popup message a ...