SSL Certificates Https

Jul 11, 2008

My website is currently running on http and the plesk control pannel is running on https

However the certificate for https for the plesk panel is out of date and self signed therefore web browsers promit its not valid.

I want to get a valid SSL certificate for https for Plesk, Client/Billing area and the main website.

I want to do it as easy as possiable (as I'm not one for technical stuff but if it was resoniable I could give it a go)

I dont want a self signed and want to try to go for something free or very cheap.

Any got any suggestions? I've looked around and come up with companys wanting alot of money I did come across another which was free but it was self signed.

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