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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

1. Can I use a subdomain with SSL?
2. How do I set up SSL?
3. Secure Sockets Layer Overview


1. Can I use a subdomain with SSL?

No, you cannot use a subdomain with SSL through the actual subdomain. You must use the full path to the subdomain to access it's contents via SSL.

Example: http://shop.mickwood.com/ can not be accessed through https://shop.mickwood.com/.

It must be accessed through https://www.mickwood.com/shop/

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2. How do I set up SSL?

You will need your own SSL certificate to use SSL on your account. Please email enquiries@mickwood.com for information on getting SSL setup on your account.

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3. Secure Sockets Layer Overview

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a protocol which allows client/server communication via low to high grade encryption.

Similar to HTTP protocol in the headers, SSL first encrypts all data on the server side before sending this data back to the client. Any third parties which intercept this data in transit will intercept encrypted data which will be useless.

All clients of mickwood.com can take advantage of using SSL on their websites for no charge. Our anonymous SSL domain ensures that your website has no affiliation with mickwood.com.

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