- Plesk 12.5 for Linux
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- Plesk 12.5 for Windows
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How to switch from G2 to G5 in Plesk? This is required as per PayPal vulnerability alert:
By G5 it is implied 2048-bit certificates.
This is related to SSL issuer only, not to Plesk, since Plesk will handle any type of SSL used on a site. But we always recommend to use more than 1024-bit encryption. See Plesk 12.5 Administrator Guide for more details.
For detailed steps that need to be taken in order to make sure that sites are switched to 2048-bit certificates (G5), visit:
To check what type of encryption is enabled on a site, use any of public SSL-checkers, for example:
Follow below steps to check if there is G2 or G5 on a domain:
Use any of public SSL-checker links
Enter the website name that should be checked, for example, https://google.com
Check the results by searching for the