AutoSSL certificate expiry on 6/6/19 UTC

Dr. McKay

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I am using WHM and cPanel and I receive this notification via email

example.com: The AutoSSL certificate expires on Jun 6, 2019 at 12:00:00 AM UTC. At the time of this notice, the certificate will expire in 1 day, 3 hours, 25 minutes, and 11 seconds.
AutoSSL did not renew the certificate for “example.com”. You must take action to keep this site secure.

The “cPanel” AutoSSL provider could not renew the SSL certificate without a reduction of coverage because of the following problems:
Will my AutoSSL auto renew? or do I need to do to renew it?
 

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AutoSSL is a new feature on cPanel versions 58 and above. This is a much-awaited addition to the cPanel functionality that automatically installs and renews SSL certificates for the domains that you have on your web server, removing the need to manually install and renew them every time the certificate expires.
 

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I don't see what happen with https on my site after it is expired. SSL is still running and I want to disable this notification.
 

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Please remove the SSL manually and then install it again.
 

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Do you have WHM access or only cpanel?
 

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The "AutoSSL certificate expiry on 6/6/19 UTC" message is a notification from cPanel's AutoSSL system, indicating that an SSL certificate installed on your server is about to expire.

AutoSSL is a feature in cPanel and WHM that automatically manages and renews SSL certificates for websites hosted on the server. The notification is a reminder to take action before the certificate expires, so that your website remains secure and accessible.

If you receive this message, you should take the following steps:

  1. Login to your cPanel/WHM account
  2. Go to the "SSL/TLS" section
  3. Check the status of the SSL certificate and make sure it is up-to-date and valid
  4. If the certificate is expired or close to expiring, renew it or replace it with a new one
It's important to keep your SSL certificates up-to-date to ensure the security and trustworthiness of your website. If the certificate expires, your website may become inaccessible, and visitors may receive security warnings when trying to access it.
 

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Based on the email notification, it appears that the AutoSSL certificate for "example.com" has not been renewed and is about to expire. It is recommended to take action to renew the certificate to keep the site secure. To renew the certificate, you can either manually renew it or configure the AutoSSL to automatically renew it in the future. This can usually be done through the cPanel interface or by contacting your hosting provider for assistance.

Hope it helps!
 
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