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- What is an SSL Certificate?
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- What is CSR?
- How to generate CSR code?
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What is the CSR or Certificate Signing Request?
The CSR or the Certificate Signing Request is a special code (encrypted text) that contains all
the required information for issuing the Certificate: the domain name, additional domain names for SAN/multi-domain SSL Certificate,
full name, organization, organization unit, e-mail, city, state and country of the person or company who purchased the SSL Certificate.
Generating a CSR is a requirement for the activation of an SSL Certificate order. The CSR is sent to the Certificate Authority during the SSL Certificate activation process.
There are two ways to generate a CSR:
1) It can be generated automatically by CyberSSL during the SSL activation process, or
2) It can be generated manually on your server.The CSR code begins with -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST--- and ends with -----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----