WHM allows you to install and specify SSL/TLS certificates to help secure the connections for services beyond just those for Apache with your domains. You are able to specify certificates for other services, such as for email and FTP. You can access the SSL configuration settings for these other services in WHM under Service Configuration -> Manage Service SSL Certificates.
[notification type=”alert-warning” close=”false” ]WHM comes with SSL certificates preinstalled for some services, however these are all self-signed certificates. For more public security, you would need to install a validated certificate for these services instead.[/notification]
This section lists the available services that can use SSL/TLS certificates within WHM. The table lists the name of the service, and if a certificate is already installed for that service, the domain, expiration date, and key size of that certificate.
In the final column of the table, each service certificate has several options:
- Reset Certificate: Uninstalls the certificate from the service. Only available if a certificate is already installed for the service.
- Certificate Details: Displays more detailed information about the SSL certificate.
- Apply Certificate to Another Service: Specified to use the SSL certificate installed for this service on another service. This requires that both services work over the same domain.
Install a New Certificate
To install a new certificate for a service, you can either click the Browse Certificates button to view a list of all certificates available on the server already and select one, or manually enter the CRT, Private Key, and CA Bundle (optional) into the available textboxes.
Then just check the checkboxes next to the services that should use this certificate, click Install, and WHM will install and use that certificate on the services you selection.
iOS Mail Push Notifications
WHM also provides the functionality to install a PKCS #12 certificate for securely sending push notifications to iOS devices when a message is delivered to an email account’s inbox.
After obtaining an APNs mail certificate, you can install it just by entering the Certificate and Private Key into their respective textboxes and click Install.