PHNET Digital Certificates

Digital Certificate Information Replacement Form 



  The PHNET Digital Certificate offers a comprehensive domain name and server identification to assure visitors to your site that data traffic between their browsers and your website remain private. For more information about digital certificates, please read this Wikipedia entry.
This form is to be used by institutions which have an existing Digital Certificate issued by PHNET but need to have them replaced. The replacement certificate will have the same expiration date as the current certificate we have on record. Every related information, except the domain for which the certificate was issued, may be modified. The domain itself may never be modified.

The following are the steps for modifying the information:

  1. Fill up the registration form below to generate a Request Form. The generated Request Form will be immediately e-mailed to the addresses of both the technical and administrative contacts, per PHNET's current records.
  2. Either one of the Technical or Administrative contacts must reply to the Request Form we e-mailed. After we receive a reply, we will automatically update the informaton related to the Digital Certificate and then issue a replacement certificate.

Confused? Visit the FAQ Page for more information.
 
 


Digital Certificate Information Modification

Note: All fields are limited to 50 characters.


General Information (Required)

Your E-mail Address
After you successfully complete this form, the generated form will be automatically e-mailed to this address for verification together with further instructions.
(e.g. yourname@yourisp.com) 
Complete Website Domain Name
The complete domain name of the website where the certificate will be installed.
(e.g. webserver.myschool.edu.ph) 
School Name
The official name of the school
(e.g. The School, Inc.) 
Postal Address
The postal address of the school
(e.g. Metro Manila, Philippines) 

Domain Administrator - Information (Required)
The Domain Administrator will be registered as one of the persons authorized to request changes in you school's DNS registration. For this reason, we recommend that you appoint a permanent employee of your school as its domain administrator. 

Name
Name of the Domain Administrator
(Last Name, First Name) 
Phone Number
Phone number
(e.g. 812-1825) 
E-mail Address
The Domain Administrator's e-mail address. PHNET suggests that you consider using an e-mail service that is independent of an ISP. Doing so allows you to avoid inconveniences in your e-mail service if your school changes its ISP. 
(e.g. adminname@whateverisp.com) 


Technical Contact - Information (Required)
Because the Domain Administrator may not be a technical person, your school may appoint a Technical Contact who will coordinate with PHNET on your school's DNS registration. This contact person may approve modifications and changes in your domain information. 

Name
Name of the Technical Contact
(Last Name, First Name) 
Phone Number
Phone number
(e.g. 731-3101) 
E-mail Address
The Domain Technical Contact Person's e-mail address. PHNET suggests that you consider using an e-mail service that is independent of an ISP. Doing so allows you to avoid inconveniences in your e-mail service if your school changes its ISP. 
(e.g. techname@whateverISP.com) 
Validation Key
Validation

To prevent the abuse of this service we require that you type in the validation key as seen on the left. The key is case sensitive.


Please check the information you filled up one last time. Click on the "Submit" button when you are sure.





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