What is the easiest way to get a “secure https padlock” in the browser when the host doesn’t provide support for Let´s Encrypt integration.
Does that work in regards to renewal every 90 days?
I’m a newbie and looking for a super easy solution.
Could some one please explain step-by-step what I need to do?
All help is greatly appreciated!
My domain is: montebellocabanas.com/mx
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: Hospedando.com/mx
Move to a host that does--there are lots of them. That probably sounds snarky, but it really is the best and easiest way to handle this.
If your host supports manually uploading a certificate, and your DNS provider has a supported API, you might be able to automatically get a new cert every 70-80 days using acme.sh, and then manually upload that cert to your host; that wouldn't be too terribly complicated. But ultimately, your host's user-hostile choice to not support Let's Encrypt is going to preclude a "super easy solution."
checking your com domain there is a self signed cPanel certificate ( https://check-your-website.server-daten.de/?q=montebellocabanas.com ):
expires in 276 days
autodiscover.montebellocabanas.com - 7 entries
And the cPanel admin ports are open, with redirects to your hoster:
https://servidor1291.il.controladordns.com:2083/ - cPanel https
https://servidor1291.il.controladordns.com:2087/ - WHM https
So check your cPanel if there is an integrated Letsencrypt support you can use.
If not, it may be impossible to use Letsencrypt -->> change your hoster.
Typically, all automation requires web host support or at least requires the host not to prohibit it. As the other replies have said, you're unlikely to find an easy solution with your current host.
We and other people have written software to do this—but your web host has to install it or allow you to install it.
Thanks for your informative answer.
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