Pacific Internet - Ukiah, California

Security Certificate Upgraded

2017-02-08

Security Certificate Upgraded

Chrome users may have noticed issues connecting to Webmail or cPanel services, due to the certificate for pacificdomains.net being SHA-1 signed. The certificate has been upgraded, so the warnings should no longer prevent those users from connecting.

The certificate is used for hosting services under pacificdomains.net, and it is possible you may encounter warnings that the certificate has changed—though you shouldn't if you're configured properly. If you do receive warnings about a previously trusted certificate being changed when you connect to our server, you are likely using the wrong hostname. The appropriate hostname depends on the service being used. Here is a list of services and their corresponding hostnames:

ServiceHostname
FTPSftp.pacificdomains.net
SMTPsmtp.pacificdomains.net
IMAPmail.pacificdomains.net
POP3mail.pacificdomains.net
Webmailwebmail.pacificdomains.net
cPanelcpanel.pacificdomains.net

Note that pacificdomains.net is not the same as pacific.net! If your email is somebody@pacific.net, this does not affect you—pacificdomains.net is used for hosting services only.

Feel free to contact us with any questions.

The serial and fingerprint of the new certificate—issued to *.pacificdomains.net—are:

serial=30A9E25A16437357267BF459D6C60F93
SHA1 Fingerprint=C5:AB:FE:D3:D3:93:92:71:74:84:AE:CD:2B:BF:7B:31:52:C8:C8:94