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  1. Hi, there! Howdy, all? This time, my question is related to how I can force https only throughout my website. Well, I've installed my certificates via ZeroSSL, just by following the instructions given by you at: https://wiki.helionet.org/Installing_a_Let%27s_Encrypt_SSL_Certificate Ok, excellent! It's all working. But even so, I notice that if I type http it still there. What I want is that when a user types http as if it were the default protocol and then presses "enter", he/she is automatically redirected to the https version. That's all, guys. So... How do I do this? Thank you!
  2. Hello dear heliohosters I've noticed a difference between Tommy and Ricky when it comes to the HTTPS version of the default subdomains, namely: webmail.xxx, cpanel.xxx, and webdisk.xxx.heliohost.org. 1) On Ricky http://cpanel.licool.heliohost.org loads the NOT secured cpanel login page. https://cpanel.licool.heliohost.org loads correctly the SECURED cpanel login page. While, 2) On Tommy http://cpanel.awal1.heliohost.org loads the NOT secured cpanel login page as well, but https://cpanel.awal1.heliohost.org POINTS to the INDEX page in public_html! instead of loading the secured cpanel page. Although Krydos has explained to me that on Tommy cpanel.xxx, webmail.xxx... etc are not real subdomains, they are actually proxies. For instance, cpanel.xxx is a proxy to tommy.heliohost.org:2083. I would like to know what is the difference then with Ricky that loads the right subdomain page weather using http or https? when Tommy doesn't I hope my question is clear and thank you in advance for any help.
  3. I want to buy a Symantec SSL certifcate and i decided to try the trial certificate to test it, but i can't install it. Cpanel gives me the error: The certificate could not be installed on the domain “laparcela.tk”. Certificate verification failed! The system did not find the root certificate that corresponds to the supplied Certificate Authority Bundle’s intermediate certificate. Please supply a full Certificate Authority Bundle with the root certificate included. I generated a CSR and Symantec give me my the certificate and two more. Secure Site Trial Root Certificate Secure Site Trial Intermediate Certificate In CABUNDLE i wrote Symantec Trial Secure Server CA - G3 (Secure Site Trial Intermediate Certificate) I tried to add de Root Certificate but is not possbile. I don't know if i buy a certificate, i would install it. Tkanks Team.
  4. Hi, I'm using CURL in PHP to communicate to an ssl secured remote server from Johnny. The cert is located on the server and referenced by it's full path for CURL: curl_setopt($c, CURLOPT_CAINFO, CERT_PATH); curl_setopt($c, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, 1); I got the PEM file a few months back from here: http://curl.haxx.se/docs/caextract.html The error I get when trying to use CURL: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate The CURL requests worked on different hosters with this setup. The full path to the cert is correct because PHP can load the file. Am I missing something? Edit: Again, after just testing around it starts working when the option to use the custom cert is simply omitted. So the fix is to remove 'curl_setopt($c, CURLOPT_CAINFO, CERT_PATH);' so CURL uses the default setting. Issue solved.
  5. Hello, I have applied my SSL certificate, ca bundle, etc in CPanel and I am receiving an error saying that my website is not reachable.. Here is the firefox window: While trying to go to https://kerbalexchange.com (I think my SSL cert didn't get created with a wildcard) An error occurred during a connection to kerbalexchange.com. SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length. (Error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long) I was under the impression that after an IP purchase, this would work. I have done so, although I have not received any indication of a dedicated IP, is this a completely separate schedule? I see that PayPal has charged my account and I have a receipt. domain: kerbalexchange.com hh_user: kerbalex Thank you
  6. Hello, I was wondering why the Setup a SSL certificate to work with your site option is not available for my domain. I've already uploaded my SSL certificate I've acquired from COMODO but can't seem to get it to work on my domain. Is there anything I should do to get this option available for the domain? Thanks in advance
  7. I'm planning to migrate part of my management consulting website to this new domain I acquired: valoritas.com.br I'm trying to activate SSL on my domain: valoritas.com.br Already obtained a 90-day trial for testing and validation purposes from Comodo, installed it, but the activate SSL link won't show off on cPanel. I followed the link: http://stevie.heliohost.org:2082/frontend/x3/ssl/install.html mentioned in one post but I couldn't finish the process because of dedicated IP pre-requisite. I read some article here in this Forum saying that I'd need a dedicated IP, and I that must request it in here. What are the other pre requisites and costs for that request? Thank you for you help and service (awesome so far) Rafael Machado
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