In order to setup Comodo SSL, you need to have active domain with an inbox admin@yourdomainname and purchased Comodo SSL service.
On the Home page you can press the Setup button. Once you are redirected to Setup page, enter the domain details and make sure to choose the domain on which you will use the SSL certificate.
When SSL is setup, it has to be verified via email which is sent to the mailbox of admin@yourdomain.TLD.
NOTE: Comodo SSL can only be verified with admin@yourdomainname mailbox!
If you happen to not have this mailbox, you can easily create it if you do have a hosting plan and resend the verification email by clicking Resend approval email
Then enter your mailbox (admin@yourdomainname) to verify the SSL certificate.
On the email you need to copy the verification code which is in bolded and green font and click on the link put on the word "here".
Once you click on the link, you are redirected to verification page, where you can enter the code and successfully finish the verification process of SSL certificate.
You can now download Comodo SSL! If you want to have it installed on Hostinger, continue reading this tutorial further on.
An SSL Certificate is a small computer file that digitally combines a cryptographic key with an organization's details. On the downloaded zipped archive you are given of 4 files. In order to install Comodo SSL on Hostinger, you need to locate the custom SSL installation feature.
Here you will see 3 fields: Certificate, Private Key and Certificate authority bundle. All the fields need to be filled out in order to successfully install Comodo SSL!
Into the first field you need to paste the certificate’s public key from the file named yourdomainname.crt.
For the second one, it has to contain the private key, which is easy to recognise as it is the only file with the ending .key on the zipped folder.
Certificate authority bundle
And last but not least the field which should be filled from the files one by one:
As you fill out all the fields, you can now press the Install button and you are all setup now!
NOTE: Don’t forget to force the HTTPS connection by pressing Force HTTPS button!