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e-surfer
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Message # 1 | 11:11 AM
i ordered a ssl certificate the company told my that wich gave me the certificate told me that ucoz needs to accept seting up a ssl certificate on my website so they e-mailed the ucoz administrator so he can approve but i have been waiting 3 days and ucoz hasen't accepted yet so plzz help me.. my website is www.isurfer.ucoz.com
thank you

internet my mom and html are my weak points : www.isurfer.tk
Natashko
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Message # 2 | 12:52 PM
e-surfer, you will not be able to use your ssl certificate at uCoz websites. We do not provide such services.
Please post your messages in the correct board.
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e-surfer
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Message # 3 | 8:03 PM
so no way to get a certificate
internet my mom and html are my weak points : www.isurfer.tk
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Message # 4 | 8:02 AM
From what Natashko has said above. No.
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Message # 5 | 9:22 AM
e-surfer,
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so no way to get a certificate

What do you mean by "get"? You can get such a certificate here: https://domain.ucoz.com/user/neworder/order-ssl-certificate/ But it will not work on uCoz websites.
Saifu
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Message # 6 | 8:41 PM
I bought a
SSL 123 Digital Certificate for my website from bigrock.in website

but when i enroll my digital certificate it requires Certificate Signature Request can you please help to me get my Certificate Signature Request from ucoz server sad
Paradox
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Message # 7 | 0:29 AM
Saifu, it is not possible to use SSL certificates in conjunction with the uCoz service at the current moment. As far as I am aware I don't believe you are going to be able to use the current certificate you have unless the feature is added.
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Saifu
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Message # 8 | 3:44 AM
then how should i add that feature ??
Eriko
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Message # 9 | 4:04 AM
Saifu, you can't. What Paradox is saying, it won't work unless the team who's adding features on uCoz add the feature themselves. So right now, there's no possible way to add the certificate to your website.
Saifu
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Message # 10 | 4:17 AM
ok sad

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but i saw few ucoz website which already have digital certificate

Ezxample :- http://www.extracafe.rs/

Eriko
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Message # 11 | 4:23 AM
Saifu, Are we still talking about SSL certificates here? If yes, then the website that you've provided doesn't have one. Are you sure you know what SSL certificate/secure connection is?
Saifu
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Message # 12 | 4:24 AM
ya i know

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can you give me any solutions?

Paradox
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Message # 13 | 11:23 PM
Saifu, there is no possible way at the current moment to apply SSL certificates to uCoz sites. I will talk to the team about your problem but I don't believe there is anything we can do.
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Sunny
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Message # 14 | 10:12 AM
Paradox is right, it is not possible to use a SSL certificate on a uCoz website. uCoz does not support this feature as it creates additional server load.
I'm not active on the forum anymore. Please contact other forum staff.
PSHU
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Message # 15 | 12:42 PM
I have 1 question, if ucoz doesnt support SSl than how did this website do it?
https://domain.ucoz.com/
Please help me out with this, i paid for an SSL cert and was told i cant use it :/
I need to know how to do it, the proof that its possible is right there.
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