The default senhasegura installation includes a self-signed 512-bit SSL certificate. It is highly recommended that you change this certificate for a valid market certificate.
The certificate must be of the type PEM. Being a file extension crt for the certificate and a file extension key for the key.
Access the menu Orbit ➞ Panel➞ Certificates to access the screen where you can upload a new pair of certificate files and your key.
The file upload screen will be displayed on 1 upload the .crt file and on 2 the .key file.
After uploading, the screen will display the new certificates.
To validate the certificate .crt use the following command:
openssl x509 -noout -modulus -in <certificate.crt> | openssl md5
In <certificate.crt> insert the certificate name, as in example below <ss.crt>
Then, to validate the certificate validation key use the command:
openssl rsa -noout -modulus -in <certificate.key> | openssl md5
In <certificate.key> insert the key name, as in example below <ss2.key>
The values in the output of the two commands must be the same, as in the image below.