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#11
(2016-06-19, 12:29:13 am)Neco Wrote:  With CF COMODO certificates are easy to handle. You just need CF account and activate ssl and it will handle everything for you. I also like Let's encrypt. More and more people are using it.

Cloudflare SSL is a fake SSL. (That's how I call it since it isn't real SSL)
IMHO Sites using cloudflare SSL are just crappy. They fool users that they have protection. Even if you have a cert on your main server, information is still decrypted on cloudflare servers. Thus breaking the idea of encryption.
This is just my opinion.
#12
I think it will be a great news, start com SSL now supports free domains like .ml and .cf which was not supported before. They have now started providing certificates to these free TLDs as well. :Cheese don't know when the transition took place but couple of months ago they were not providing SSL to domains like .ml .tk and .cf.
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#13
(2016-06-19, 4:09:16 am)acx12345 Wrote:  I think it will be a great news, start com SSL now supports free domains like .ml and .cf which was not supported before. They have now started providing certificates to these free TLDs as well. :Cheese don't know when the transition took place but couple of months ago they were not providing SSL to domains like .ml .tk and .cf.

If I were StartCom, I wouldn't support those domains. They're just full of spam domains.
#14
A new startsll service, StartEncrypt https://www.startssl.com/StartEncrypt
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#15
At present using wosign they provide free certificates for 3 years !

#16
Well, I use LetsEncrypt or most likely certbot for SSL certificates, I'm very happy with them, because I get what I need with ease. No registering, no hard process, and no problems.
#17
I remember using Comodo Free SS for getting trial certificates for my website. As you mentioned, it was extremely hard to renew a certificate. Nevertheless, after that, I decided to issue my certificates, which turned out to be okay. I am glad because I am not paying a penny right now xD

As for thread improvement, it would be great if you could include a link to the website you mentioned.
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#18
I use ZeroSSL (web version, for those w/o shell access) for all my certificates , valid for 90 days (free & simple renewals) says it takes 1 minute to go through all the steps online . but it takes about 20 secs for renewals. No account needed . automatically generates a private key & certificate signing request if needed.Easy-to-use.

They also have a installable version which obtains SSL certificates on your own server if you like. The software consists of a library and a client developed at Domain Knowledge Ltd. You can use the provided client application to easily issue and renew SSL certificates for your sites automatically, you can extend its functionality, or you can even build your own client application using the provided library (with some knowledge of Perl programming language).

(2016-09-04, 2:16:13 pm)Goldengate Wrote:  As for thread improvement, it would be great if you could include a link to the website you mentioned.
He means Let's Encrypt
See above for my preferred client .
#19
(2016-06-20, 3:44:06 pm)underd0g Wrote:  A new startsll service, StartEncrypt https://www.startssl.com/StartEncrypt

Does it work now? It says coming soon.
#20
(2016-09-09, 11:16:09 am)rpark Wrote:  Does it work now? It says coming soon.

There are apparently security problems with startssl/wosign use LetsEncrypt.




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