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How to create my CSR?

Creating your CSR is the first step in securing your webserver or mailserver with SSL. Your CSR is unique and contains information about your organization and the domain you wish to secure. It must be generated on the server where your domain to be secured is hosted. If you use a hosting company, the CSR is normally generated for you by your hosting provider. Some control panels (e.g. Ensim, Plesk or CPanel) may allow you to generate your own CSR (if feature enabled). For more options on server SSL certificate installation please see below.

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Apache HTTP Server
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