Lets Encrypt (free) ssl for everyone?

No feature for it in the vpanel?
How to install it? :(

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  • edited May 12

    @Reikuzan said:
    No feature for it in the vpanel?
    How to install it? :(

    Free Accounts do not have access to SSLs, CloudFlare is a alternate option to this however. Please upgrade to get SSL Support.

  • @Reikuzan said:
    No feature for it in the vpanel?
    How to install it? :(

    If you enable CloudFlare from vPanel, you can install a Let's Encrypt SSL later.
    To do so, you will have to go to sslforfree.com, write your domain and press Enter, select Manual Verification, upload the files to your website and then it should give you the SSL, which you can install through vPanel.
    Keep in mind that it only works with Cloudflare enabled, if not it won't work.
    As @TheCrafters mentioned, if you want to have one without CL you will have to upgrade.

  • @ChrisPAR said:

    @Reikuzan said:
    No feature for it in the vpanel?
    How to install it? :(

    If you enable CloudFlare from vPanel, you can install a Let's Encrypt SSL later.
    To do so, you will have to go to sslforfree.com, write your domain and press Enter, select Manual Verification, upload the files to your website and then it should give you the SSL, which you can install through vPanel.
    Keep in mind that it only works with Cloudflare enabled, if not it won't work.
    As @TheCrafters mentioned, if you want to have one without CL you will have to upgrade.

    Correct. Cloudflare can be activated, but the way to do it is weird. You have to 1. Add the account to cloudflare, and 2. change your domain registar's dns reconds. (PS: The EZYRO.com and UNAUX.com (plus subdomains) are not allowed on cloudflare because yourdomain.ezyro.com for example, is already a sub domain)

  • @TheCrafters said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Reikuzan said:
    No feature for it in the vpanel?
    How to install it? :(

    If you enable CloudFlare from vPanel, you can install a Let's Encrypt SSL later.
    To do so, you will have to go to sslforfree.com, write your domain and press Enter, select Manual Verification, upload the files to your website and then it should give you the SSL, which you can install through vPanel.
    Keep in mind that it only works with Cloudflare enabled, if not it won't work.
    As @TheCrafters mentioned, if you want to have one without CL you will have to upgrade.

    Correct. Cloudflare can be activated, but the way to do it is weird. You have to 1. Add the account to cloudflare, and 2. change your domain registar's dns reconds. (PS: The EZYRO.com and UNAUX.com (plus subdomains) are not allowed on cloudflare because yourdomain.ezyro.com for example, is already a sub domain)

    PFH has also an automatically way to be activated, the 1-Click CloudFlare enabler. It works with it too, I have tried it.

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