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Générer CSR

La CSR (Certificate Signing Request) est un fichier nécessaire pour délivrer un certificat SSL.

Comment générer un CSR?
  1. Remplissez les champs ci-dessous suivant les instructions, n'utilisez pas de signes diacritiques.
  2. Le CSR sera affiché sur la page.
  3. Copiez-le, collez-le dans un éditeur de texte et enregistrer sous le nom csr.txt – il sera nécessaire après avoir déposé la commande du certificat SSL.
  4. Le deuxième fichier généré est la clé privée – il sera nécessaire lors l’installation du certificat. Enregistrez-le et ne le partagez pas avec toute personne non autorisée.
  5. Tous les champs ci-dessous sont nécessaires.
Enter the full domain name to be protected with an SSL certificate, e.g. YourDomain.com
For Wildcard certificates, use the form: *.YourDomain.com
Raison sociale de l'entreprise ou de l’organisation à laquelle appartient le domaine
. Dans le cas d'un particulier, veuillez saisir le prénom et le nom.
Département de la société qui demande le certificat, p. ex. IT.
Siège social du propriétaire du domaine, p. ex. Bordeaux.
Nom complet du département en minuscules, p. ex. gironde
Sélectionner le pays.
Entrez votre adresse e-mail.
Sélectionnez le type de clés privées et publiques.
En raison de nouvelles normes de sécurité, un certificat SSL expirant le 1er Janvier 2017, sera émise en utilisant SHA-2 indépendamment du fait que SHA-2 est sélectionné ici.
La valeur minimale est de 2048 bits.
Sélectionnez la courbe elliptique.
Les instructions de génération de fichiers CSR sont également disponibles la FAQ, dans la catégorie Fichier CSR.
Pour l'application IIS, il est conseillé de générer un CSR directement dans le logiciel serveur.

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