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Can I Get a SSL Certificate for free here?

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  • @AshikurRahmanShad said:
    Can I Get a SSL Certificate for free here?

    Yes you can by enabling Cloudflare and then set your SSL to Full by going to Cloudflare Crypto Section.

  • Your guide is only for Blogger!

  • edited May 15

    @Admin would prefer to call it free SSL support, rather than 'certificate'.
    If you really mean it, then there's no luck finding free SSL certificate here.

    Also, read knowledgebase first before purchasing SSL for use in InfinityFree as they're restrict the use of automated script (and that includes SSL automated installation like Let's Encrypt)

  • @ChrisPAR said:

    Your guide is only for Blogger!

    Really Sorry I mentioned wrong link below is correct one
    http://www.everykhas.tk/2018/05/how-to-get-ssl-for-free-with-free.html
    that one was for Blogger Only! This one is for Infinityfree/ProFreeHost/Byet Host/KHAS Hosting/ any powered by iFastNet

  • @Ranakhas said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    Your guide is only for Blogger!

    Really Sorry I mentioned wrong link below is correct one
    http://www.everykhas.tk/2018/05/how-to-get-ssl-for-free-with-free.html
    that one was for Blogger Only! This one is for Infinityfree/ProFreeHost/Byet Host/KHAS Hosting/ any powered by iFastNet

    @Ranakhas is right, this works.
    A long time ago when I was just a newbie on InfinityFree I use this method to get LE SSL cert.

  • Then I guess I should choose another host :( :( :( :( :/ :/

  • @AshikurRahmanShad said:
    Then I guess I should choose another host :( :( :( :( :/ :/

    Just because you can't get SSL that doesn't mean you should give up on infinityfree and what @Ranakhas said it is going to work. Try Ranakhas tutorial it will work! 😀

  • @UnknownLolz said:

    @AshikurRahmanShad said:
    Then I guess I should choose another host :( :( :( :( :/ :/

    Just because you can't get SSL that doesn't mean you should give up on infinityfree and what @Ranakhas said it is going to work. Try Ranakhas tutorial it will work! 😀

    I glad you found this helpful !

    I'm going offline for few times because of Ramadan thus this maybe my last post on Infinityfree after that I'll come back after a month

    Ramadan Mubarak
    Ramadan Mubarak

  • edited May 17

    It is only for 30 days but a good solution if everything else fails.> @AshikurRahmanShad said:

    Then I guess I should choose another host :( :( :( :( :/ :/

    Why would you do it?
    You can try Cloudflare's free SSL or @Ranakhas solution :

    @Ranakhas said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    Your guide is only for Blogger!

    Really Sorry I mentioned wrong link below is correct one
    http://www.everykhas.tk/2018/05/how-to-get-ssl-for-free-with-free.html
    that one was for Blogger Only! This one is for Infinityfree/ProFreeHost/Byet Host/KHAS Hosting/any hosting powered by iFastNet/MOFH(MyOwnFreeHost)

  • edited May 18

    @ChrisPAR said:

    It is only for 30 days but a good solution if everything else fails.>

    It is for 90 days actually.

  • @StoneArtz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    It is only for 30 days but a good solution if everything else fails.>

    It is for 90 days actually.

    Yes sorry I meant 90 days but somehow said 30.

  • @Ranakhas said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    Your guide is only for Blogger!

    Really Sorry I mentioned wrong link below is correct one
    http://www.everykhas.tk/2018/05/how-to-get-ssl-for-free-with-free.html
    that one was for Blogger Only! This one is for Infinityfree/ProFreeHost/Byet Host/KHAS Hosting/ any powered by iFastNet

    @Ranakhas ,
    I tried doing that but when I uploaded Private Key and Certificate using InfinityFree's cPanel and disabled CloudFlare's SSL, the website would redirect me to HTTP even when I typed https:// on the adress bar and I couldn;t figure a way to solve it, so I decided to go back to CloudFlare's Free Universal SSL.

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    > A detailed guide is provided here
    > http://www.everykhas.tk/2018/01/how-to-get-let-encrypt-free-ssl-for.html
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    > Really Sorry I mentioned wrong link below is correct one
    > http://www.everykhas.tk/2018/05/how-to-get-ssl-for-free-with-free.html
    > that one was for Blogger Only! This one is for Infinityfree/ProFreeHost/Byet Host/KHAS Hosting/ any powered by iFastNet
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    > @Ranakhas ,
    > I tried doing that but when I uploaded Private Key and Certificate using InfinityFree's cPanel and disabled CloudFlare's SSL, the website would redirect me to HTTP even when I typed https:// on the adress bar and I couldn;t figure a way to solve it, so I decided to go back to CloudFlare's Free Universal SSL.

    Try looking at your .htaccess for code that redirects you to HTTP.
    Normally this problem occurs to me long time ago what I do is just disabled Cloudflare and wait for 24 hours and the HTT Predirection is gone!
  • edited May 19
    > @ChrisPAR said:
    > @Ranakhas ,
    > I tried doing that but when I uploaded Private Key and Certificate using InfinityFree's cPanel and disabled CloudFlare's SSL, the website would redirect me to HTTP even when I typed https:// on the adress bar and I couldn;t figure a way to solve it, so I decided to go back to CloudFlare's Free Universal SSL.

    And since you have installed a valid SSL in your own website origin, you can now use Full (Strict) SSL on Cloudflare without any issues!
    Why? Cause Cloudflare check your website origin if it has valid ssl certificate and Cloudflare check the SSL on each request if the SSL is valid (not signed By a Trusted CA nor Self Signed) then your website will work without any issues! 😀
  • @UnknownLolz said:
    > @ChrisPAR said:
    > @Ranakhas ,
    > I tried doing that but when I uploaded Private Key and Certificate using InfinityFree's cPanel and disabled CloudFlare's SSL, the website would redirect me to HTTP even when I typed https:// on the adress bar and I couldn;t figure a way to solve it, so I decided to go back to CloudFlare's Free Universal SSL.

    And since you have installed a valid SSL in your own website origin, you can now use Full (Strict) SSL on Cloudflare without any issues!
    Why? Cause Cloudflare check your website origin if it has valid ssl certificate and Cloudflare check the SSL on each request if the SSL is valid (not signed By a Trusted CA nor Self Signed) then your website will work without any issues! 😀

    Is Full Strict better somehow?
    If then, why?

  • @ChrisPAR said:

    @UnknownLolz said:
    > @ChrisPAR said:
    > @Ranakhas ,
    > I tried doing that but when I uploaded Private Key and Certificate using InfinityFree's cPanel and disabled CloudFlare's SSL, the website would redirect me to HTTP even when I typed https:// on the adress bar and I couldn;t figure a way to solve it, so I decided to go back to CloudFlare's Free Universal SSL.

    And since you have installed a valid SSL in your own website origin, you can now use Full (Strict) SSL on Cloudflare without any issues!
    Why? Cause Cloudflare check your website origin if it has valid ssl certificate and Cloudflare check the SSL on each request if the SSL is valid (not signed By a Trusted CA nor Self Signed) then your website will work without any issues! 😀

    Is Full Strict better somehow?
    If then, why?

    Full strict is better cause when a visitor visits your website, Cloudflare checks the SSL on each requests and if you don't have valid SSL then it will show error on your visitor. This way is much better to prevent your website from fraudulent SSL certificate or any other related issue

  • @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @UnknownLolz said:
    > @ChrisPAR said:
    > @Ranakhas ,
    > I tried doing that but when I uploaded Private Key and Certificate using InfinityFree's cPanel and disabled CloudFlare's SSL, the website would redirect me to HTTP even when I typed https:// on the adress bar and I couldn;t figure a way to solve it, so I decided to go back to CloudFlare's Free Universal SSL.

    And since you have installed a valid SSL in your own website origin, you can now use Full (Strict) SSL on Cloudflare without any issues!
    Why? Cause Cloudflare check your website origin if it has valid ssl certificate and Cloudflare check the SSL on each request if the SSL is valid (not signed By a Trusted CA nor Self Signed) then your website will work without any issues! 😀

    Is Full Strict better somehow?
    If then, why?

    Full strict is better cause when a visitor visits your website, Cloudflare checks the SSL on each requests and if you don't have valid SSL then it will show error on your visitor. This way is much better to prevent your website from fraudulent SSL certificate or any other related issue

    Flexible is better than full which may cause SSL handshake error!

  • edited May 19
    > @Ranakhas said:
    > Flexible is better than full which may cause SSL handshake error!

    Welcome @Ranakhas 😀
    I thought you were on your holiday?
    Also I wish you a great holiday! 😀
  • @UnknownLolz said:
    > @Ranakhas said:
    > Flexible is better than full which may cause SSL handshake error!

    Welcome @Ranakhas 😀
    I thought you were on your holiday?

    It doesn't means I don't have access to internet!

  • THANKS GUYS, CLOUD FLARE SOLUTION Actually worked. InfinityFree is the best. I am sorry > @AshikurRahmanShad said:

    Then I guess I should choose another host :( :( :( :( :/ :/

    I regret about what I said. Sorry.

  • edited May 21

    @AshikurRahmanShad said:
    THANKS GUYS, CLOUD FLARE SOLUTION Actually worked. InfinityFree is the best. I am sorry > @AshikurRahmanShad said:

    Then I guess I should choose another host :( :( :( :( :/ :/

    I regret about what I said. Sorry.

    No problem, glad you decided to give a try at what we said and didn't immediately quit being here.
    I am telling this because we had a suicide/murder here by another user who wanted something but couldn't wait for us to help him https://forum.infinityfree.net/discussion/comment/13179#Comment_13179

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