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#11
Solved: 9 Months, 4 Days ago
I think Mastersly has a good idea. It's better to potentialy have errors with the transition to https when there are 200 users than when there is just a few ones.


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#12
Solved: 9 Months, 4 Days ago
What do you mean ben..wallbb its not free
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#13
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Most hosters offer free certificate (let's encrypt or other), or you can use Cloudflare to have a free one.
Just ask him to know.
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#14
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It's completely free.

https://letsencrypt.org/
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#15
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(2019-12-10, 10:20 AM)Nathan Malcolm Wrote: It's completely free.

https://letsencrypt.org/

Depending on your hoster, you can't easily install it and need an action from the hoster. This is why I said that it's often free Smile
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#16
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In my hodt its about 10€ per year.. if i find a free i e do i have to change host?
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#17
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(2019-12-10, 12:22 PM)Mastersly Wrote: In my hodt its about 10€ per year.. if i find a free i e do i have to change host?
A lot of hosts allow you to upload your own certificate. 
You can generate one with Let's Encrypt and upload it there - assuming that your host allows you to, of course.
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#18
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Your other option is to sign up for CloudFlare, which should let you achieve the same result.
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#19
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(2019-12-10, 06:07 PM)mTurtle_ Wrote:
(2019-12-10, 12:22 PM)Mastersly Wrote: In my hodt its about 10€ per year.. if i find a free i e do i have to change host?
A lot of hosts allow you to upload your own certificate. 
You can generate one with Let's Encrypt and upload it there - assuming that your host allows you to, of course.

And if they don’t, or don’t allow you to generate a free one, they’re a terrible host and you absolutely should move.
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#20
Solved: 9 Months, 4 Days ago
Thanks you ben.. i am gonna ask them
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