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Enabling SSL

Is there a way for Let's Encrypt to be turned on either manually or by somewhere in cpanel or manual request on a subdomain? I'd like SSL but unfortunately it doesn't seem to work

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  • I'm sure that the admins (if they wanted to of course) could find out the IPs that Let's Encrypt uses and put them in the whitelist they use.

  • Go in to "Control Panel" and find " SSL / TLS" and from there you should be able to control it.

    In your browsers url, adding "https" will load website with SSL.
    Try this "http://mysite"

    Hope this helps :P

  • edited February 15

    I have now. It says 1 issuance per domain. How do I make it work for longer than that?

  • @theroyaltrentus said:
    I have now. It says 1 issuance per domain. How do I make it work for longer than that?

    I forgot, the referenced article recommends instantssl.com's free SSL. However, it looks like that's only a trial which cannot be renewed.

    You might have better luck with another certificate vendor. Unfortunately, I don't know any other free ones.

  • Is there a way to get a let's encrypt certificate manually installed/requested?

  • @theroyaltrentus said:
    Is there a way to get a let's encrypt certificate manually installed/requested?

    Let's Encrypt certificates must be verified either through a URL or a DNS TXT record, neither of which can be used on free hosting. Maybe there is a way, but I don't know about it.

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