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How do I collect data from an SSL page in my website?

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I am in the process of setting up a form on my website to collect credit card data. I have purchased an SSL certificate from my ISP. My question is how do I collect the form data from the server securely? I have extremely basic knowledge of the subject so any help would be appreciated!
asked Mar 27, 2012 in SSL Certificates by anonymous
    

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answered Mar 28, 2012 by anonymous
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answered Mar 28, 2012 by anonymous
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1) Purchase SSL Certificate(s)
The first step is to purchase a SSL certificate. You have access to a wide variety of SSL certificates that differ from each other based on brand and features. To get started with the process of choosing the right SSL solution for you, click here. Once you have purchased 1 or more SSL certicates (discounts may apply for bulk purchases, ask for details) you can manage them through your SSL.com account. An SSL.com account is created for you automatically when you make a purchase on SSL.com. The purchased SSL certificates will appear as unused credits in your SSL.com account, and these credits can be used on demand. When you are ready to use a credit and implement SSL on your site(s), go to Step 2).

2) Generate a CSR
From the web server that will be SSL enabled, generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) and save the CSR to a text file. For detailed CSR generation instructions based on which brand of web server you are using, click the following link: CSR Generation Instructions.

3) Enroll for a SSL server certificate
Log into your SSL.com account, and find an unused SSL certificate credit and select "process certificate".When prompted, copy and paste the CSR text that was created in Step 2) into the textbox and select the server software used to create the CSR. If you do not find your software listed, simply select "other"Confirm the domain name is correct on the certificate request, and enter other information when prompted. Enter the administrator contact information.Verify other contacts.Monitor the certificate status.

4) Install the SSL server cerificate
Upon receiving your SSL server certificate (either through email or downloaded from your SSL.com account), you will need to install your certificate on the web server on which you generated the CSR from step 2). For detailed certificate installation instructions based on which brand of web server you are using, click the following link: Certificate Installation Instructions

answered Mar 28, 2012 by anonymous
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You can check out about SSL certificates from this website

http://www.comodo.com/e-commerce/ssl-certificates/secure-server.php?
answered Mar 28, 2012 by anonymous
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u can try to refer the website called http://ssl.comodo.com

answered Jun 12, 2012 by franciszen (1,340 points)

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