Reprocessing your SSL.com certificate is free and can be done as often as required!
Why Reprocess My Certificate?
You may want to reprocess your certificate to change the domain name covered, to add domains to a UCC/SAN or to upgrade your certificate from SHA-1 to SHA-2.
How Do I Reprocess My Certificate?
- Log into your SSL.com account.
In your “Orders” panel, find the target certificate and select “change domain(s)/rekey”.
If the information in your Certificate Signing Request (CSR) has not changed, check the “Use previous CSR” box to automatically use the last CSR you submitted for this order.You can reuse your CSR if you are reprocessing to update your certificate from SHA-1 to SHA-2, or if you are renewing an existing certificate without changing any of the information contained in the CSR.If you are changing any information contained in the CSR, including the domain name(s) covered by the certificate or contact information, you will need to generate a new CSR and paste it into the field. For instructions on generating a CSR on your server platform, please see this page with a list of all SSL.com articles on CSR generation.
- Click Next when your CSR is complete.
- Then just follow the steps as outlined in our article for submitting a CSR as you would for a new order.