I need to delete all the SSL certificates associated with my domain casaflora.com.co I already deleted them from my hosting which is bluehost, because I changed hosting but I have not been able to use the domain on the other hosting. Thanks for your help
Welcome to the Let's Encrypt Community, Fredy
Once you've had certificates generated by Let's Encrypt, they cannot be deleted from the public record. Unless you specifically need them revoked, which isn't usually necessary, the certificates will naturally expire over time. If you simply delete their private keys, that is usually sufficient to consider your certificates "deleted".
It looks like you are also using a new domain name - casafloravivarium.com
I say this because requests to casaflora.com.co redirect to that name
Your new domain has separate certs for the "bare" apex domain name and the www name.
But, your site seems to respond fine with these separate so that seems ok.
What problem are you having exactly? Here is the cert chain your new Cloudflare server responds with:
Thank you very much Griffin for your answer, but I have not been able to get my new site online because of a SSL validation and they have me back and forth and all SSL from Bluehost have been removed.
Thanks for the reply MikeMcQ, because of the currently active SSL certificates from Let's Encrypt it won't allow me to publish the domain so I had to buy a new one to redirect, but I would like it to be with the one I have had.
You need to change the Cloudflare SSL option from Full (strict) to Full.
Oh. Are you sure that is not because of the domain name itself?
You usually have to transfer registration from the old registrar to the new and this can take some time. The process for each registrar may differ a little so hard to say exactly how this works.
I did not lookup who you were using but the certs themselves do not prevent transfer.
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