Simple Guide: Using Lets Encrypt SSL


#1

hello sir Using Lets Encrypt SSL my website please full information send


#2

The best way of using Let’s Encrypt certificates will depend on the details of your hosting environment.


#3

Ok Sir, I give you a link, you do it and I do not know
I do not have any ideas in the ssl

please help me ?

http://instabeingz.com/


#4

How and where is your site hosted?


#5

i do not have ideas sir
i have only cpanel details
I do not know what host is on the cpanel


#6

please answer send me please please


#7

@tansukh, this is a forum, not a chat. It often takes a full day before people reply here (and we’re also located in all different time zones).

If you’re using cPanel to administer your site, the best way to get a certificate is via cPanel’s built in AutoSSL feature.

https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/76Docs/SSL+TLS

Your hosting provider may have disabled this feature, but you seem above not to know who your hosting provider is, so if the hosting provider has disabled this feature I guess you won’t know whom to contact for support there.


#8

sorry sir thank you my website host name godaddy


#9

@_az, I think my recollection from previous discussions is that GoDaddy deliberately doesn’t support AutoSSL in its cPanel instances—is that correct?


#10

Do not understand sir lets encrypt using for SSL install sir please help me any other not idea sir for SSL


#11

I think GoDaddy intentionally makes it difficult for you to use Let’s Encrypt certificates on their hosting, because they want you to buy a certificate from them.

So, the easiest course of action would be to buy the certificate from them, or change to a different hosting provider.


The cPanel for the website I'm working on has a SSL/TLS feature in the security section