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Hi, I was just looking through many certification authorities and just came across one named Let's Encrypt. Its the first and supposedly the only free CA. Just a suggestion for root admins, you can have a look, because their SSL certificates are obviously more widely accepted than self-signed ones. So, if you feel its ok, then installing their certbot client would provide all users of HelioHost free SSL certificates which almost all browsers would accept without showing a security error. LetsEncrypt CA: https://letsencrypt.org/ Certbot: https://certbot.eff.org/ I have started availing their certificates via a website https://sslforfree.com, but the only problem is that all certificates are valid for only 90 days and they don't have a auto-renew feature.
While verifying the domain to gets ssl in the website in johhny i am getting the following error. Please suggest the solution Verification resultsSome domains have failed verification. Please study the list below and then click "Next" to try requesting new challenges for them. Note: the challenge values will be different.
Hey folks, As far as I got it, in order to gain an LetsEncrypt free certificate(installing it without SSH, manually), I'll need to update it several times a year... On their page it says there's a simple way of integrating this procedure at hosting end, so it will become more reliable and easy to use. Any chances of getting this anytime soon?
I've read that Tommy supports SNI and as such certificates from Let's Encrypt can be installed free of charge: http://www.helionet.org/index/topic/26572-will-heliohost-support-lets-encrypt/. Could somebody please point me in the right direction as to how to actually a certificate up and running? I've been looking around for a while but all the Let's Encrypt tutorials I can find require either SSH access to the server or some sort of cPanel plugin, neither of which are available options as far as I can tell. Installing the certbot client on a local Linux machine and attempting to generate a certificate from there didn't seem to work either. Anyway, seeing as it seems to be possible based on the link above, I thought I would reach out to see if anyone has got this working and could lend a hand - I'd really appreciate it. Maybe I'm just missing something obvious. Any ideas?