Let's Encrypt is being used on over a million sites. Why not on x10hosting>?

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  1. jgnetworksecurity

    jgnetworksecurity New Member

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    I think it is time to take a serious look at allowing Let's Encrypt SSL certificates for x10 hosting.
     
  2. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    It's still in beta, and is not going to happen until it's no longer in beta.
     
  3. Livewire

    Livewire Abuse Compliance Officer Staff Member

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    Just to note, it looks like Premium does currently support the Let's Encrypt SSL certificates; free hosting might not for some time however as it would require parts of the system to be rewritten to handle it.
     
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    bdistler Well-Known Member Prime Account

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    a note to the note - Premium currently supports the 'Real SSL'
     
  5. jensen

    jensen Active Member

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    New name to be announced soon. So might as well wait a bit, maybe by then it would have come out of beta?
    https://letsencrypt.org/2016/03/09/le-client-new-home.html

    Afterall there's a warning on the page - Note: Let’s Encrypt is in beta. Please don’t use it unless you’re comfortable with beta software that may contain bugs.
     
  6. tsnetwor

    tsnetwor Member

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    Hello. An ssl provider I would recommend is cloudflare. You just have to change your nameservers, if possible to cloudflare's
     
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  8. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    ...and went directly to a major service failure almost immediately. Is there something about waiting until things are actually stable before implementing them on a public service that's difficult to understand for you people?
     
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  9. jensen

    jensen Active Member

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    Hahaha essellar as usual. I like the "frank"ness of the reply (if there's such a word)
    Wait, people, wait. Good things come to those who wait :)
     
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