Let’s Encrypt surpasses 1 billion free SSL certificates

Launched in 2016, Let’s Encrypt has released 1 billion free SSL certificates so far. SSL – Secure Sockets Layer is the standard of security technology, encrypted communication between the web server and browser. Since 2014, Google has officially prioritized websites

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Let’s Encrypt officially provides the Wildcard SSL certificate

After a few delays, finally Let’s Encrypt also officially issued the Wildcard SSL certificate from March 2018. Last year, Let’s Encrypt announced that it will provide Wildcard SSL at the beginning of this year, but we have to wait until

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Hawk Host changed the SSL enabled method and dropped Let’s Encrypt in cPanel

If you have access to Hawk Host cPanel recently, it will be surprising to see Let’s Encrypt SSL link as always. Not that Hawk Host has dropped Let’s Encrypt, just this feature has been moved to another area. From now

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How to active Let’s Encrypt when cPanel does not support?

Let’s Encrypt certification is now widely available in the world and has become a common standard for website addresses. Even cPanel has its own plug-in support for SSL activation and auto-renewal. However, for some reason, many hosting providers have yet

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Let’s Encrypt will start offering Wildcard Certificates from 2018, will remain free as usual

As planned, Let’s Encrypt will start offering free wildcard certificates from January 2018. A Wildcard Certificate can be used with an unlimited number of subdomains. Users now need only one pair of certificates & key for each domain that applies

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How to install free SSL from Let’s Encrypt in cPanel?

Free SSL Certificates from Let’s Encrypt are being used more and more in the world, until 10/2016 there are more than 10 million websites activated. SSL or HTTPS in the future will be the standard protocol, as browsers are making

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