We’re still looking for help keeping this list up to date! The list is now viewable on this page: https://certbot.eff.org/hosting_providers/
To help keep it up to date, please make a pull request on this file on Github:
We’d particularly appreciate checking in on items with an empty “reviewed” field.
Hello! The Certbot team is redesigning the Certbot website to make it more usable to beginners getting started with HTTPS, and we could use your help.
We’re looking for some volunteers to help prepare information about shared hosting providers by this Thursday 6/6, so that we can help more people who come to the Certbot site looking for information about getting a certificate for their websites.
How can I help?
If you have a spare minute, we’d love your help checking and finding information in this spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Li4pMTrTcTOVMMhkfP1D3UHy4yrodxvempICdfboFC4/edit?usp=sharing
To contribute, you may want to check out the great list here [Web Hosting who support Let's Encrypt], which we’re formatting into a more usable chart for beginners who aren’t sure about if their shared hosting provider offers HTTPS. We’re splitting it up into three bucket categories of “Full HTTPS Support,” “Partial HTTPS Support,” and “No HTTPS Support.” The definitions for how we are using these are below, as well as shown at the top of the spreadsheet’s Master Chart tab.
For all sites, check that the link to the site is still relevant, and point to the appropriate website in the Link column.
For sites marked “Partial HTTPS support”, add a link to a tutorial for turning on HTTPS with that hosting provider in the “Relevant Link” column.
Then, add today’s date (e.g. 2019.6.1 as year.month.date) in the “Last Reviewed by Us” column.
If necessary, add a relevant note (e.g. language constraints, if it applies to only some systems).
Full HTTPS Support: Hosting providers that offer free Let’s Encrypt HTTPS certificates automatically for their shared hosting product (no need to do anything on your end if you use their service)
Partial HTTPS Support: Hosting providers that offer free Let’s Encrypt HTTPS certificates for their shared hosting product, but require configuration (you’ll need to follow a tutorial)
No HTTPS Support: Hosting providers that do not offer free HTTPS certificates for their shared hosting product. It may or may not be possible to use Certbot with other products that the provider offers, such as their VPS product.
Every row you get a chance to contribute brings this resource closer to being launched, and we thank you very much for any time you have to contribute.