How can my SSL Certificate be renewed via Namecheap?

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"How can my SSL Certificate be renewed via Namecheap?"

I doubt it can be renewed via Namecheap.
I doubt they had much to do with your certificate issuance.
You have an LE cert: |
But it's not set to automatically renew yet.
Do you remember how you got that cert?


Yes, it says I do. I may have purchased it when I first purchased my domain.

I think it was an option when I purchased my domain from namecheap. I was troubleshooting something else and they gave me a report. Under the SSL checker, (this checker supports SNI and STARTTLS), next to Expired, it said NO, (46 days remaining). That lead me to ask the question here- how does this certificate get renewed? What steps need to be taken to make sure this certificate gets renewed?

I honestly don't know the answers to the other questions. I don't speak Tech. All I know is that my certificate is going to expire soon, and I wanted to take a pro-active approach to making sure my website will still stay safe and secure..

You might need to be asking NameCheap about this then.

You get Let's Encrypt certs by requesting them using some software package. We do not know what method you used. There are dozens if not hundreds of ways.

We can see the list of your past certs in the public logs. Are you responsible for these other names too? Maybe you use the same method for all of them.


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