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Below is the guide for how to create KEY and CSR on your server.
mkdir ~ / demo.no.ssl / cd ~ / demo.no.ssl / openssl req -out CSR.csr -new -newkey rsa: 2048 -nodes -keyout privateKey.key
|Country Name (2 letter code)||NO|
|State or Province Name (full name)||OSLO|
|Locality Name (eg, city)||OSLO|
|Organization Name (eg company)||Servetheworld|
|Organizational Unit Name (eg, section)||HQ|
|Common Name (eg, fully qualified host name)||www.servetheworld.net|
The key must always be on the server and not moved. The certificate can not be used if KEY is deleted.
|Remember to book an SSL certificate:|
|Type of certificate - DV SSL, EV SSL or wildcard SSL|
|Which domain name SSL should apply to|
|How many year should the certificate apply|
|Create firstname.lastname@example.org so that you can verify ownership on the domain|
|Send us your CSR|