Help With "Whois" SSL Certificate

New to this stuff, but am willing to do all the work necessary for the SSL Certificate. Thanks!

My domain is: https://www.nita.one/
My website builder is: Wix
Hosting Provider: Whois
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don't know): I don't know
I'm using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel): I have a control panel on both Whois and Wix. Whois manages the domain, their SSL is usually a paid-service.
The version of my client is (e.g. output of certbot --version or certbot-auto --version if you're using Certbot): Not sure what this is and if I need it, which is why I am looking for personal help.

I appreciate all responses, I will be active in this topic!

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Hi @Kookoonut

if you use Wix, you have to use their integrated solution.

And you have already a working certificate - https://check-your-website.server-daten.de/?q=nita.one

CN=nita.one
	02.10.2020
	01.01.2021
expires in 64 days	nita.one, www.nita.one - 2 entries

Wix has an automated renew, so that should work.

But: You have content warnings. Mhm. The content warnings are missing files, that's not a mixed content warning of a browser.

Ah - using the console Ctrl + Shift + I, a JavaScript translate.js imports images via http.

Change these to https or check, if there is an updated script.

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How do I change those to https? Thanks for the response, you are correct!!

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Looks

src=\"https:\/\/www.certifiedchinesetranslation.com\/translate.js\">

like you can't, it's an external script. Update or remove it.

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oh I use that for the translations on the website. I can update that to make it safe?

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To my knowledge, you could try to secure that script by:

  • contacting the author of the script via the website on which it is hosted and requesting that it be fixed (recommended)
  • finding something secure to replace it (OK)
  • downloading the script, modifying its function, and serving your own version (not likely)