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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Applying SSL in a website

    Hi

    So basically I have a SSL Certificate installed in Bluehost, I want to install SSL one of my website but it is located in local server, how am I going to apply to it?

    Thank you

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    Re: Applying SSL in a website

    Never done it myself, but I believe it has to be applied to the domain for which it was issued... So unless your computer is hosting the website & domain for which the cert was issued, I don't think it will do you much good. I could be wrong though.

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    Re: Applying SSL in a website

    You would need a proper domain if you want to use SSL publicly, if this is for testing purposes then you could always use https://gallery.technet.microsoft.co...icate-5920a7c6 to create a self signed certificate.

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    Re: Applying SSL in a website

    Thank you for the reply guys, I already registered my website to SSL.

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