OpenSSL (Apache, NginX)

The following commands will be executed on commandline.

Before you can create a CSR on an Apache or NginX server, you have to decide in which directory the CSR will be saved. This example uses the following path:

cd /etc/ssl/certs

If a private key has not yet been created, the following command must be executed first:

openssl req -sha256 -nodes -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout www.yourdomainname.com.key -out www.yourdomainname.com.csr (Replace 'yourdomainname.com' with the domain name for which the CSR will be generated.)

The server will automatically continue with a request for information that is mandatory for the creation of a CSR. Give the appropriate responses and press enter after each answer.

  • Country name (2 letter code): NL (the country code in capital letters)
  • State or Province Name (full name): Noord-holland (the full name of the state or province)
  • Locality Name (city): Amsterdam (the name of the town or city you are located in)
  • Organization name: Bedrijfsnaam B.V. (the company name, as has been entered in the registry of the Chamber of Commerce)
  • Organizational Unit Name (section): Sales (the department name)
  • Common Name (server FQDN or Your name): www.yourdomainname.com (the common name of the domain for which the certificate request is being made. When the CSR is created for a Wildcard certificate, enter '*.yourdomainname.com' here.)
  • Email address: sales@uwdomeinnaam.nl (The email address)
  • A challenge password: (This field should be left blank. Press enter.)
  • An optional company name: (This field should be left blank. Press enter.)

Perform the command 'ls -l'. This gives a result similar to the following example:

-rw-r-r-1 root root 1.1k Feb 15 11:42 www.yourdomainname.com.csr

-rw-r-r-1 root root 1.7k Feb 15 11:42 www.yourdomainname.com.key

The file www.yourdomainname.com.key is your private key. Do not let this file fall into third party hands. The file www.yourdomainname.com.csr is your CSR that can be used to place an order for your SSL certificate. Open the CSR file with the following command:

cat www.yourdomainname.com.csr

This will give a result similar to the following example:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----- MIIC7DCCAdQCAQAwgaYxCzAJBgNVBAYTAk5MMRAwDgYDVQQIDAdEcmVudGhlMQ4w DAYDVQQHDAVFbW1lbjEbMBkGA1UECgwSTmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwgQi5WMQ4wDAYD VQQLDAVTYWxlczEfMB0GA1UEAwwWd3d3Lm5ldHdvcmtpbmc0YWxsLmNvbTEnMCUG CSqGSIb3DQEJARYYc2FsZXMubmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAxG3vxWeYbNBfqVft68DaC5ORUmuK8CE3mGUh EKLJgHbPuC7y7KE1mJekeNDv4gehG7gdhGBOobRTwDYru1VnFCmeXKvLXzIaCczR +Xy09L6Itb1aOnLBv7p8VlxQ7OhViCJvmkAXJGHEcEex3ENaMMuw8YBnsw2JzOZv IzBD1XZm04da2k1Ai0vmwH5aoYTA5F+gE9Izouc9Opkp2k9+tdjUY9uarrMRj7XS E+hI4jqnHH32+vPNFziZ4QbVl5GpjMR/Q0GdIL8Bcu8Sw1u3cQSCu0ZzKZTG6oEJ 2oB8dVjc5BrtXfEYxF0s9T8HyXdx4NQuOtjN1beo6TQzP6s9QQIDAQABoAAwDQYJ KoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBABJ2vZSMHmErkGpZFRBudCEwR+SEPvdYqCVwojn6R4rZ lAsbZ5TNng2GYWDMmoAsw6zq4/fd8q1cAoOG9fj6z3lEswpU3eqhc0f/wrVtfTN7 vc7yAB81FAcgw5Ad7c8h4oGrd3pYtXX/cLHSLSnpnXp9vc4nsWK3h88K8ZV9ih+e eUK0JDV3wZ3ok80JTTkws48/txIApfV6J1P2SfHazK7kann39Mb0ZnIcfBeYK26R APArN6rLh+Yx/gjqaCBo6sGZLx3J5o+W86zaSoo+v8wvPbNa4JNw8gg4PooY6JVE MEU5t6hHjD9AkNCO8uOi1K+FqzHe0aMq0EVvoHw7AMg=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

The CSR that was generated for your domain name can now be used to request an SSL certificate on www.networking4all.com. Follow the steps in our SSL Wizard to request the certificate. When you reach the step to enter the CSR, simply copy and paste the generated code in your CSR file.




 

Microsoft IIS 8 and 8.5

The creation of a CSR in Microsoft IIS 8 and 8.5 is done directly on the Windows server.

In order to create a CSR in Microsoft Windows Server 2016 with IIS 10.0, use the functionality in your IIS Manager.

Open the IIS Manager, select your server from the Connections menu and select the menu option 'Server Certificates'. Go to the option 'Create Certificate Request' in the Actions menu on the right side of the screen.

This will open a new window. Enter the following information:

  • Common name (The domain name for which the CSR is created)
  • Organization (the company name, as has been entered in the registry of the Chamber of Commerce)
  • Organizational unit (The name of the department, for example 'Sales')
  • City/Locality (the name of the town or city your company is located in)
  • State/province (The state or province your company is located in)
  • Country/region (The country code in capital letters, for example US or GB)

Click on 'next'.

In the 'Cryptographic Service Provider Properties' window, select 'Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptographic Provider' as the Cryptographic Service Provider. For 'Bit length', select '2048'.

Click on 'next'.

Select the folder where you want to save your CSR file, and click on 'finish'.

The CSR file has now been saved in the location you indicated. When opened, the file will look like the following example:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----- MIIC7DCCAdQCAQAwgaYxCzAJBgNVBAYTAk5MMRAwDgYDVQQIDAdEcmVudGhlMQ4w DAYDVQQHDAVFbW1lbjEbMBkGA1UECgwSTmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwgQi5WMQ4wDAYD VQQLDAVTYWxlczEfMB0GA1UEAwwWd3d3Lm5ldHdvcmtpbmc0YWxsLmNvbTEnMCUG CSqGSIb3DQEJARYYc2FsZXMubmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAxG3vxWeYbNBfqVft68DaC5ORUmuK8CE3mGUh EKLJgHbPuC7y7KE1mJekeNDv4gehG7gdhGBOobRTwDYru1VnFCmeXKvLXzIaCczR +Xy09L6Itb1aOnLBv7p8VlxQ7OhViCJvmkAXJGHEcEex3ENaMMuw8YBnsw2JzOZv IzBD1XZm04da2k1Ai0vmwH5aoYTA5F+gE9Izouc9Opkp2k9+tdjUY9uarrMRj7XS E+hI4jqnHH32+vPNFziZ4QbVl5GpjMR/Q0GdIL8Bcu8Sw1u3cQSCu0ZzKZTG6oEJ 2oB8dVjc5BrtXfEYxF0s9T8HyXdx4NQuOtjN1beo6TQzP6s9QQIDAQABoAAwDQYJ KoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBABJ2vZSMHmErkGpZFRBudCEwR+SEPvdYqCVwojn6R4rZ lAsbZ5TNng2GYWDMmoAsw6zq4/fd8q1cAoOG9fj6z3lEswpU3eqhc0f/wrVtfTN7 vc7yAB81FAcgw5Ad7c8h4oGrd3pYtXX/cLHSLSnpnXp9vc4nsWK3h88K8ZV9ih+e eUK0JDV3wZ3ok80JTTkws48/txIApfV6J1P2SfHazK7kann39Mb0ZnIcfBeYK26R APArN6rLh+Yx/gjqaCBo6sGZLx3J5o+W86zaSoo+v8wvPbNa4JNw8gg4PooY6JVE MEU5t6hHjD9AkNCO8uOi1K+FqzHe0aMq0EVvoHw7AMg=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

The CSR that was generated for your domain name can now be used to request an SSL certificate on www.networking4all.com. Follow the steps in our SSL Wizard to request the certificate. When you reach the step to enter the CSR, simply copy and paste the generated code in your CSR file.




 

Java

The following commands are executed on commandline.

In order to use the Java Keytool to generate a CSR, you require a Java Keystore. This manages the keypair (private and public key) for the request. If the server does not yet have a Keystore, it must first be generated before the CSR can be created.

keytool -genkey -alias yourdomainname -keyalg RSA -keystore KeyStore.jks -keysize 2048

Enter keystore password: (enter a new password)

Re-Enter new password: (confirm password)

In this example, please replace 'yourdomainname' in the alias with the domain name for which the keypair is generated. This alias must be the same throughout the process: in order to avoid confusion, always use the domain name for which you want to request a certificate.

The server will automatically continue with a request for information that is mandatory for the creation of a CSR. Give the appropriate responses and press enter after each answer.

  • What is your first and last name? (Please note: while the question might imply otherwise, enter your common name here.)
  • What is the name of your organizational unit? (The name of your department, for example 'Sales'.)
  • What is the name of your organization? (the company name, as has been entered in the registry of the Chamber of Commerce.)
  • What is the name of your City or Locality? (the name of the town or city your company is located in.)
  • What is the name of your State or Province? (The state or province your company is located in.)
  • What is the two-letter country code for this unit? (The country code in capital letters, for example US or GB)

The server will ask you to verify the information you entered. Answer the question with either 'yes' or 'no'.

The server will also ask for a password: press enter to use the same password you entered when creating the keystore.

Generate a CSR

Execute the following command:

keytool -certreq -alias yourdomainname -keystore KeyStore.jks -file yourdomainname.csr

In this example, the name of the CSR file that is being created is 'yourdomainname.csr'. Replace 'yourdomainname' with the domain name for which the certificate is requested.

If you have not created a keystore for this alias yet, the server will automatically ask for information that is mandatory for the CSR. This process is the same as described above. Give the required information and press enter.

If you have already created a keystore for this alias, the server will ask for the password. It will automatically create the CSR using the previously entered file name 'yourdomainname.csr'. You can find the file on your server. Please check if the file was created correctly by using the following command:

cat yourdomainname.csr

This will display the CSR file created for your domain name. The result will be similar to the following example:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----- MIIC7DCCAdQCAQAwgaYxCzAJBgNVBAYTAk5MMRAwDgYDVQQIDAdEcmVudGhlMQ4w DAYDVQQHDAVFbW1lbjEbMBkGA1UECgwSTmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwgQi5WMQ4wDAYD VQQLDAVTYWxlczEfMB0GA1UEAwwWd3d3Lm5ldHdvcmtpbmc0YWxsLmNvbTEnMCUG CSqGSIb3DQEJARYYc2FsZXMubmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAxG3vxWeYbNBfqVft68DaC5ORUmuK8CE3mGUh EKLJgHbPuC7y7KE1mJekeNDv4gehG7gdhGBOobRTwDYru1VnFCmeXKvLXzIaCczR +Xy09L6Itb1aOnLBv7p8VlxQ7OhViCJvmkAXJGHEcEex3ENaMMuw8YBnsw2JzOZv IzBD1XZm04da2k1Ai0vmwH5aoYTA5F+gE9Izouc9Opkp2k9+tdjUY9uarrMRj7XS E+hI4jqnHH32+vPNFziZ4QbVl5GpjMR/Q0GdIL8Bcu8Sw1u3cQSCu0ZzKZTG6oEJ 2oB8dVjc5BrtXfEYxF0s9T8HyXdx4NQuOtjN1beo6TQzP6s9QQIDAQABoAAwDQYJ KoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBABJ2vZSMHmErkGpZFRBudCEwR+SEPvdYqCVwojn6R4rZ lAsbZ5TNng2GYWDMmoAsw6zq4/fd8q1cAoOG9fj6z3lEswpU3eqhc0f/wrVtfTN7 vc7yAB81FAcgw5Ad7c8h4oGrd3pYtXX/cLHSLSnpnXp9vc4nsWK3h88K8ZV9ih+e eUK0JDV3wZ3ok80JTTkws48/txIApfV6J1P2SfHazK7kann39Mb0ZnIcfBeYK26R APArN6rLh+Yx/gjqaCBo6sGZLx3J5o+W86zaSoo+v8wvPbNa4JNw8gg4PooY6JVE MEU5t6hHjD9AkNCO8uOi1K+FqzHe0aMq0EVvoHw7AMg=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

The CSR that was generated for your domain name can now be used to request an SSL certificate on www.networking4all.com. Follow the steps in our SSL Wizard to request the certificate. When you reach the step to enter the CSR, simply copy and paste the generated code in your CSR file.




 

DirectAdmin

Before you can create a CSR in DirectAdmin, you must ensure that SSL is turned on for the domain. This can be done by going to the menu option 'Domain Setup' in your DirectAdmin user panel. In this window, click on the domain name for which you want to activate SSL.

Select the option 'Secure SSL' in the next window. Make sure that the option 'Use a symbolic link from private_html to public_html - allows for same data in http en https' is selected. Click on 'save'.

Return to the main menu and click on the menu option 'Advanced Features'. There, click on the option 'SSL Certificates'. In the next window, select the option 'Create a Certificate Request'. Enter the following information:

  • 2 letter country code (the country code for the location of your company, such as NL, US, or GB)
  • State/Province (The state or province your company is located in)
  • City (the name of the town or city your company is located in)
  • Company (your company name)
  • Company Division (your department)
  • Common Name (the common name for which the SSL certificate is going to be requested)
  • E-mail (your email address)
  • Key size (select 2048 bits)
  • Certificate type (select Sha256)

When you have entered and saved this information, DirectAdmin will generate a CSR for you. This will look like the following example:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----- MIIC7DCCAdQCAQAwgaYxCzAJBgNVBAYTAk5MMRAwDgYDVQQIDAdEcmVudGhlMQ4w DAYDVQQHDAVFbW1lbjEbMBkGA1UECgwSTmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwgQi5WMQ4wDAYD VQQLDAVTYWxlczEfMB0GA1UEAwwWd3d3Lm5ldHdvcmtpbmc0YWxsLmNvbTEnMCUG CSqGSIb3DQEJARYYc2FsZXMubmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAxG3vxWeYbNBfqVft68DaC5ORUmuK8CE3mGUh EKLJgHbPuC7y7KE1mJekeNDv4gehG7gdhGBOobRTwDYru1VnFCmeXKvLXzIaCczR +Xy09L6Itb1aOnLBv7p8VlxQ7OhViCJvmkAXJGHEcEex3ENaMMuw8YBnsw2JzOZv IzBD1XZm04da2k1Ai0vmwH5aoYTA5F+gE9Izouc9Opkp2k9+tdjUY9uarrMRj7XS E+hI4jqnHH32+vPNFziZ4QbVl5GpjMR/Q0GdIL8Bcu8Sw1u3cQSCu0ZzKZTG6oEJ 2oB8dVjc5BrtXfEYxF0s9T8HyXdx4NQuOtjN1beo6TQzP6s9QQIDAQABoAAwDQYJ KoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBABJ2vZSMHmErkGpZFRBudCEwR+SEPvdYqCVwojn6R4rZ lAsbZ5TNng2GYWDMmoAsw6zq4/fd8q1cAoOG9fj6z3lEswpU3eqhc0f/wrVtfTN7 vc7yAB81FAcgw5Ad7c8h4oGrd3pYtXX/cLHSLSnpnXp9vc4nsWK3h88K8ZV9ih+e eUK0JDV3wZ3ok80JTTkws48/txIApfV6J1P2SfHazK7kann39Mb0ZnIcfBeYK26R APArN6rLh+Yx/gjqaCBo6sGZLx3J5o+W86zaSoo+v8wvPbNa4JNw8gg4PooY6JVE MEU5t6hHjD9AkNCO8uOi1K+FqzHe0aMq0EVvoHw7AMg=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

The CSR that was generated for your domain name can now be used to request an SSL certificate on www.networking4all.com. Follow the steps in our SSL Wizard to request the certificate. When you reach the step to enter the CSR, simply copy and paste the generated code in your CSR file.




 

Exchange Server 2013 and 2016

Log in to your Exchange Admin Center environment. Go to the menu option 'Servers' and select the option 'Certificates' in the window on the right side of the screen. Select, if necessary, the correct server in the dropdown menu 'Select server', and click the plus icon to create a new CSR for this server.

A new window will open. In this 'New Exchange Certificate' wizard, choose the option 'Create a request for a certificate from a certification authority'. In the next window, enter a 'friendly name' that will help you identify your certificate in the overview screen. Choose an easily identifiable name. Click 'next'.

In the next window, you can choose to create a CSR for a wildcard. Leave this field empty when you want to create a regular CSR. Click 'next'.

In the next window, select the Exchange server where you want to save the certificate. Click 'next'.

In the next window, you can select the domain name or services for which you want to request the certificate. Hold the control key to select multiple domain names or services. When you have made your selection, click 'next'.

In the next window, you are shown an overview of the domain names or services that you have selected. You can add to this selection using the plus icon. When you have made your selection, click 'next'.

In the next screen, enter the following information:

  • Organization Name (the company name, as has been entered in the registry of the Chamber of Commerce)
  • Department Name (the name of your department or organisational unit, such as 'Sales')
  • City/Locality (The name of the town or city your company is located in)
  • State/Province (The state or province your company is located in)
  • Country/Region (The country code in capital letters, for example US or GB)

Click 'next'.

In the next window, enter the path where you wish to save your CSR to. Please note that it is important to choose a location that is both accessible to yourself and the Exchange server. Click 'finish'.

The CSR has now been saved to the indicated location. This will look like the following example:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----- MIIC7DCCAdQCAQAwgaYxCzAJBgNVBAYTAk5MMRAwDgYDVQQIDAdEcmVudGhlMQ4w DAYDVQQHDAVFbW1lbjEbMBkGA1UECgwSTmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwgQi5WMQ4wDAYD VQQLDAVTYWxlczEfMB0GA1UEAwwWd3d3Lm5ldHdvcmtpbmc0YWxsLmNvbTEnMCUG CSqGSIb3DQEJARYYc2FsZXMubmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAxG3vxWeYbNBfqVft68DaC5ORUmuK8CE3mGUh EKLJgHbPuC7y7KE1mJekeNDv4gehG7gdhGBOobRTwDYru1VnFCmeXKvLXzIaCczR +Xy09L6Itb1aOnLBv7p8VlxQ7OhViCJvmkAXJGHEcEex3ENaMMuw8YBnsw2JzOZv IzBD1XZm04da2k1Ai0vmwH5aoYTA5F+gE9Izouc9Opkp2k9+tdjUY9uarrMRj7XS E+hI4jqnHH32+vPNFziZ4QbVl5GpjMR/Q0GdIL8Bcu8Sw1u3cQSCu0ZzKZTG6oEJ 2oB8dVjc5BrtXfEYxF0s9T8HyXdx4NQuOtjN1beo6TQzP6s9QQIDAQABoAAwDQYJ KoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBABJ2vZSMHmErkGpZFRBudCEwR+SEPvdYqCVwojn6R4rZ lAsbZ5TNng2GYWDMmoAsw6zq4/fd8q1cAoOG9fj6z3lEswpU3eqhc0f/wrVtfTN7 vc7yAB81FAcgw5Ad7c8h4oGrd3pYtXX/cLHSLSnpnXp9vc4nsWK3h88K8ZV9ih+e eUK0JDV3wZ3ok80JTTkws48/txIApfV6J1P2SfHazK7kann39Mb0ZnIcfBeYK26R APArN6rLh+Yx/gjqaCBo6sGZLx3J5o+W86zaSoo+v8wvPbNa4JNw8gg4PooY6JVE MEU5t6hHjD9AkNCO8uOi1K+FqzHe0aMq0EVvoHw7AMg=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

The CSR that was generated for your domain name can now be used to request an SSL certificate on www.networking4all.com. Follow the steps in our SSL Wizard to request the certificate. When you reach the step to enter the CSR, simply copy and paste the generated code in your CSR file.




 

Exchange Server 2010

Log in to your Exchange Management Console. In the tree structure on the left side of the screen, open the header 'Microsoft Exchange On-premises' and click on 'Server Configuration'. In the center of the screen, select the server for which you want to create a CSR. Then, on the right side of the screen, click on the menu option 'New Exchange Certificate'.

A new window will open. In this 'New Exchange Certificate' wizard, enter a 'friendly name' that will help you identify your certificate in the overview screen. Choose an easily identifiable name. Click 'next'.

In the next window, you can choose to create a CSR for a wildcard. Leave this field empty when you want to create a regular CSR. Click 'next'.

In the next window, select the services on your Exchange server for which you want to create the CSR. Select the desired services and add the appropriate information such as host names in the input fields. Click 'next'.

In the next window, an overview will be shown of the names that Exchange Server wants to include in the CSR. Select your common name and click the button 'set as common name'. Click 'next'.

In the next screen, enter the following information:

  • Organization Name (the company name, as has been entered in the registry of the Chamber of Commerce)
  • Department Name (the name of your department or organisational unit, such as 'Sales')
  • City/Locality (The name of the town or city your company is located in)
  • State/Province (The state or province your company is located in)
  • Country/Region (The country code in capital letters, for example US or GB)

Enter the path where you want to save your CSR to under the header 'Certificate Request File Path'. To do this, click the button 'Browse' and select the desired folder. Click 'next'.

In the next window, you will be shown an overview of the information you have entered during the process. Check the information for correctness, and click 'new'. Your CSR will now be created. Click 'finish' to complete the process.

The CSR has now been saved to the indicated location. This will look like the following example:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST----- MIIC7DCCAdQCAQAwgaYxCzAJBgNVBAYTAk5MMRAwDgYDVQQIDAdEcmVudGhlMQ4w DAYDVQQHDAVFbW1lbjEbMBkGA1UECgwSTmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwgQi5WMQ4wDAYD VQQLDAVTYWxlczEfMB0GA1UEAwwWd3d3Lm5ldHdvcmtpbmc0YWxsLmNvbTEnMCUG CSqGSIb3DQEJARYYc2FsZXMubmV0d29ya2luZzRhbGwuY29tMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAxG3vxWeYbNBfqVft68DaC5ORUmuK8CE3mGUh EKLJgHbPuC7y7KE1mJekeNDv4gehG7gdhGBOobRTwDYru1VnFCmeXKvLXzIaCczR +Xy09L6Itb1aOnLBv7p8VlxQ7OhViCJvmkAXJGHEcEex3ENaMMuw8YBnsw2JzOZv IzBD1XZm04da2k1Ai0vmwH5aoYTA5F+gE9Izouc9Opkp2k9+tdjUY9uarrMRj7XS E+hI4jqnHH32+vPNFziZ4QbVl5GpjMR/Q0GdIL8Bcu8Sw1u3cQSCu0ZzKZTG6oEJ 2oB8dVjc5BrtXfEYxF0s9T8HyXdx4NQuOtjN1beo6TQzP6s9QQIDAQABoAAwDQYJ KoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBABJ2vZSMHmErkGpZFRBudCEwR+SEPvdYqCVwojn6R4rZ lAsbZ5TNng2GYWDMmoAsw6zq4/fd8q1cAoOG9fj6z3lEswpU3eqhc0f/wrVtfTN7 vc7yAB81FAcgw5Ad7c8h4oGrd3pYtXX/cLHSLSnpnXp9vc4nsWK3h88K8ZV9ih+e eUK0JDV3wZ3ok80JTTkws48/txIApfV6J1P2SfHazK7kann39Mb0ZnIcfBeYK26R APArN6rLh+Yx/gjqaCBo6sGZLx3J5o+W86zaSoo+v8wvPbNa4JNw8gg4PooY6JVE MEU5t6hHjD9AkNCO8uOi1K+FqzHe0aMq0EVvoHw7AMg=
-----END CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

The CSR that was generated for your domain name can now be used to request an SSL certificate on www.networking4all.com. Follow the steps in our SSL Wizard to request the certificate. When you reach the step to enter the CSR, simply copy and paste the generated code in your CSR file.

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