What is a CSR and how do I create one?

CSR stands for Certificate Signing Request. A CSR is simply an encrypted block of text that is generated on your server. We will need a CSR from you in order to create your certificate. For instructions on how to generate a CSR on your server, please see our CSR Creation Instructions.
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