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I am running cPanel/WHM 11.30 on CentOS 5.6, Apache 2.2 and Nginx Admin 2.5 (as reverse proxy). The Nginx bit is reasonably new to me so the following question may be somewhat noob.

I want to secure (SSL) a domain and not sure if these steps are the right aproach, given my specific setup (Nginx, Apache, cPanel). I found this but would prefer to validate before messing up my server:

Would this work for the environment I described or otherwise, can anyone share some pointers?

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Hm, I'd never heard of this package, cool. Also, the listed installation instructions (see admin comments) say it doesn't support SSL. The date is Dec 2010, so I don't know if that's correct or not. – Cyclops Jun 29 '11 at 12:59
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Well, in the installation instructions, there is a site-admin comment, dated Dec 2010:

SSL is not supported currently by Nginx Admin

There is nothing else about SSL on the site, so I'd say no, it's still not supported.

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