There have been many benefits to switching to AWS (Amazon Web Services), one of which is enabling the possibility to add SSL to your client panel!
Please follow the instructions below to enable SSL on your client panel.
- Purchase an SSL certificate for your subdomain, specifically the certificate should be for apache2-mod_ssl. Your SSL provider will contact the domain's WHOIS email address. You will need to respond to this email to verify ownership.
- Once you have purchased your SSL certificate for your subdomain, we will need some information from you to activate SSL on your client panel:
Note: You can use the tool CSR Generator to generate your Private Key and CSR (Certificate Signing Request):
- Private Key File
SSL uses two pairs of keys, one private and one public key. The Private Key is initially used to generate a CSR and later verify connections using the certificate. In order to activate SSL on your Client Panel, we will need access to the Private Key.
- Certificate File
The Certificate File is included in your SSL certificate and works with the Private Key to ensure your data is protected.
- Certificate Authority File
Another public file, the Certificate Authority (CA) file establishes the legitimacy of the SSL certificate. When the URL is opened, the browser can verify that the SSL certificate is valid and is from a known SSL provider.
- Private Key File
- During the setup process, you should gain access to the Private Key, Certificate File and Certificate Authority file. We will need access to all three files to activate SSL on your Client Panel. Please create a ticket using our support portal attaching the file information to If you are not able to locate or did not receive these files, please reach out to your SSL provider.
- Once we have the above information, we will set up SSL for your Client Panel. You will receive a confirmation email upon completion (24-48 hours).
Recommended SSL Providers
Note: Please make sure you purchase the SSL certificate that covers your subdomain. This can either be a single-subject certificate that matches the subdomain exactly, or a wildcard certificate that covers it, or a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) certificate that has an entry that matches the subdomain exactly.
- *.mybusiness.com (wildcard)
- mybusiness.com, www.mybusiness.com, apps.mybusiness.com (SAN)
These are INCORRECT examples:
- mybusiness.com (does not cover apps.mybusiness.com)
- *.apps.mybusiness.com (wildcards only cover subdomains, so yes.apps.mybsuiness.com works, but apps.mybusiness.com does not.)
- mybusiness.com, www.mybusiness.com, login.mybusiness.com, mail.mybusiness.com, ftp.mybusiness.com (apps is not in there)
If you have any questions, please create a ticket using our support portal