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How to Download your SSL Certificate
This article explains how to download a copy of your SSL certificate.
Go to Addons
To access the download page you need to go through the addon section of your account.
- Click the addons link at the top of the account.
- Scroll down to SSL certificates and click the learn more button.
Download The Zip File
- Click the View your SSL certificate link near the bottom of the page.
- Click on Download your SSL certificate as a .zip file at the bottom of the page.
A download should begin of a zip file that contains your SSL certificate.
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