Self Signed SSL Certificates

To setup a self signed certificate, thus ensuring your domain name is isolated / separate simply follow the steps below.

1.  Log in to your cPanel account 
2.  Select TLS / SSL Manager.
3.  Click Generate, view, upload, or delete SSL certificates.
4.  Under the Generate a New Certificate section, enter the domain name as www.DOMAINNAME (where DOMAINNAME is your domain)
5.  Complete the shown fields, then click Generate SSL
6.  Return to the TLS / SSL Manager then click Manage SSL sites.
7.  Click Select Domain, selecting the domain name which needs its own SSL cert (Self Signed), then click auto-fill by domain
8.  Finally, click Install Certificate

Within a few minutes the site will then use its own self signed SSL certificate.

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