How do I get free SSL? What is your free SSL?

You can use our free SSL by creating a ticket. Before you create a ticket, please confirm:
  • You have added all domains to the account that you want us to sign the SSL for.
  • Important: The domain resolves and points to our hosting, and it has our nameservers. 
What is our free SSL?
  • Improve your site security, improve your SEO, and reassure visitors with your security! (https:// in the address bar)
  • Certificate will be signed through Comodo or Let's Encrypt, whichever is available.
  • Certificate will be valid for the length of your hosting with us
  • You will never be charged for a certificate.
  • Wildcard & EV SSL certificates are not available.
Additionally, every night we will automatically sign SSL certificates for every domain on your account as long as they pass the validation mentioned aboved. If you bring your own certificate and it expires or is revoked, it will also automatically be replaced with a valid and signed SSL from us. If you want us to disable this feature for your account, create a ticket. Custom, valid SSL certificates will never be replaced or resigned.

Keep in mind, this will only apply SSL if you visit your website directly with "https://" in the address bar. If you want to force SSL, and have it on by default, you will need to enable SSL redirection. You can read on how to do that on this article.
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