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  • Shortening lifetimes of the keys to prevent a security compromise, in the event of an accidental private key exposure.
  • Encouraging the website owners to automate the SSL certificate generation process altogether to maintain the lower costs of the process — if this is done correctly, it would virtually be irrelevant how short the lifetimes of the keys (and certificates) become, since the process would now merely comprise a bunch of scripts running every few months.
cPanel’s SSL/TLS section




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