Last updated：2021-03-15 15:36:19
After completing the certificate request, you must perform ownership verification based on CA’s requirements to prove that you own the domains to be bound with the applied certificate. After you submit the ownership verification information, your certificate state changes to Reviewing(Buy Now).
KCM provides the following verification methods:
DNS verification verifies domain ownership by resolving the specified DNS record on a domain name management platform.
This example uses Kingsoft Cloud DNS to demonstrate how to perform DNS verification. If you do not use Kingsoft Cloud DNS, contact your domain name service provider for more information.
If you have purchased a multi-domain certificate and selected DNS verification, you must verify each domain name.
The host record name is the domain name prefix. For example, the host record of a.ksyun.com is a.
File verification verifies domain ownership by creating a specified file on the server.
File verification is usually performed by the server management engineer. If you have selected file verification during completing the certificate request, click Click to Finish Ownership Verification. In the window that appears, read and follow the instructions to complete ownership verification.
If you have purchased a multi-domain certificate and selected file verification, you must verify each domain name.
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