Why do I get SSL warning messages when logging into my control panel?

A self-signed SSL certificate is installed deliberately for all servers, to ensure maximum security when you input your control panel login information. This is an extra layer of important protection to avoid hacked/unauthorized logins by unknown third-parties. However, your browser may report a SSL authenticity error, since this is a self-signed version. You can safely ignore this warning for the time being. We will soon introduce a method to have the root certificate installed on your browser to avoid such messages in the future

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