Can I get an SSL for my website?

An SSL certificate is not necessary with our shopping cart system because our Site Builder works hand in hand with Mals-e and Mals-e provides the SSL connection when transferring sensitive data ( like Credit Card information ).

You can, however, purchase an SSL or SSL installation from us if you like. The cost is $50.00 ( Includes SSL Certificate ), we charge a fee to cover the time involved for installation and configuration not only on the server but your website manager software  will need to be reconfigured as well as your Mals-e account.

Installing an SSL for your website will require:

Dedicated IP address
CSR
SSL Certificate - Included with this fee or you can use your own ( same price )
Re-configuration of your pappapak software ( Website  Manager Software ) to reflect the new IP address.
Reconfiguration of your Mals-e account ( the remote call need to reflect the new IP address )
Also please note that since we are moving your website to a dedicated IP address you site may be unavailable until it propagates ( usually 15 min. - 4 hours )

When you are ready please us this link to purchase, please submit a support ticket.

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