How to install and enable AutoSSL for websites?

Harry P

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I have cPanel account and I see my hosting provider is suggesting me to use AutoSSL but I don't know how to enable it or how to know when it is expire. Can you guide me?
 

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You will have a option to install it under SSL/TLS. Just open a ticket to your provider and they should install it for you.
 

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Just look under SSL / TLS - Install , why doesn't your host help you with this ?
 

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I would recommend checking the official cPanel documentation for AutoSSL management and installation to cPanel:

https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/68Docs/Manage+AutoSSL

There are other articles in the documentation that would help to install any SSL certificate into cPanel. Usually, after SSL certificate is installed, you can check the expiration date in any third party tool online. AutoSSL should be valid for 90 days after installation.
 

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Your webhost should enable AutoSSL by choosing a provider (letsencrypt/Comodo) and enable your account to have AutoSSL.
 
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