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SSL Certificates

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by PASnow, Mar 27, 2018.

  1. Bout Warrior

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    #21
    How do you configure CloudFlares SSL?
    SEMrush
     
    Bout Warrior, May 20, 2018 IP
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    Try searching on Google, there're many articles guide you how to do this.
     
    daica85, May 29, 2018 IP
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    #23
    SSL is pretty simple than it seems to be, you have 2 options: Free SSL or Commercial (Paid) SSL.

    Free SSL

    1. Let's Encrypt

    2. CloudFlare SSL (there are a number of options below)
    • Flexible SSL means there is no secure connection between CloudFlare and your site, but the connection between the visitor and CloudFlare is secure
    • Full SSl means that both connections are secure, but the connection between CloudFlare and the website does not check if the website has a trusted certificate: self signed will do as well.
    • Full Strict SSL: most secure. Everything is secure, and the website needs it’s own trusted SSL certificate.
    Commercial SSL
    Certificates bought from distributors / hosting providers / etc. In this case you have to pay for the SSL and then configure it on your hosting account. See info regarding offers above.
     
    EuropeanNetworks, Jun 5, 2018 IP
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    Yes, free options are good for startups and bloggers but I am afraid you have to renew it after some time because there is no long validity. Extended validation and multi-domain are not available as free.

    I would suggest getting an SSL from authentic SSL partners and resellers who provide at best price compared to CAs.
     
    viinfo123, Jun 14, 2018 at 2:14 AM IP