Web Hosting who support Let's Encrypt


Hi @hongducwb,

I think in this case the reason DigitalOcean isn’t mentioned is that its only product offering is a VPS. But the list notes

All Dedicated/VPS hosting supports installation. This is not a link directory page.

This is to say that VPS providers don’t have to do anything in order for Let’s Encrypt to be used with their products (customers can inherently obtain and install their own certificate on a VPS or dedicated server, and don’t need the provider’s permission or assistance).

Whereas for shared web hosting, customers do need the provider’s help or permission, and so this list focuses on distinguishing between shared web hosts that do or don’t facilitate the use of Let’s Encrypt certificates.


Lowcost-webspace.com Also now supports the cPanel version of Lets Encrypt


Just a note as it is mentioned for cpanel. For Plesk there is a plugin providing Let’s Encrypt as well: https://ext.plesk.com/packages/f6847e61-33a7-4104-8dc9-d26a0183a8dd-letsencrypt


Now supported by My WordPress VPS: https://www.mywpvps.com/ssl-certificate-request/


Greensta.de now supports Let’s Encrypt – you will need to turn it on yourself though.

Source (in German): https://ssl.greensta.de/pages/de/faq.html?rubrik=19



So I managed to get a LetsEncrypt certificate to work at NameCheap. It does require access to a shell account that you can work in separate from the NameCheap hosting.

  1. Log into your Cpanel and go to SSL/TLS
  2. Create a CSR from Cpanel
  3. Go to https://gethttpsforfree.com and enter the CSR
  4. This is where you need access to a shell account that can work with OpenSSL. Even running in a VM on your own computer will work. Follow the instructions to create an Account.Key/Public Key and Signed API requests.
  5. Use File Based/HTML Verification to verify your domains.
  6. Create the files on your computer as text Files. I used Bitvise to connect to SFTP on the server because it lets me see hidden directories. Create the hidden directory as instructed, upload the files and remove any extensions (.txt)
  7. Verify your domains, if you did everything correctly, it will read the html files and issue your certificate. If not, you have to start over.
  8. Go to CPanel back to SSL/TLS and install the certificate to the server.
  9. Install SSL to your website.

Congratulations, you have LetsEncrypt SSL on the NameCheap hosting server. Only reason why I figured this out instead of moving the site is because I just paid for a year of service and moved all my domains to them before I found LetsEncrypt. So Id like to run those out if I can before moving again.


One of the biggest Czech hostings, Wedos, supports LE, but customers need to talk with support to get certificate, it’s not automated yet.


I’d like to inform that Limenex proudly supports Let’s Encrypt on our servers. :slight_smile:


Hosting Matters ( http://hostmatters.com/ ) supports Let’s Encrypt. Simply file a tech support request asking for it and they will set up the certificates and auto-renew for all domains in your account. Annette and crew are great, and it just works.


Making an update to this post as our website has recently moved and the guide to get your FREE SSL is provided in the link and on request with any of our hosting plans.

Bradford Web Design & Hosting Services


An update to a2 hosting (http://www.a2hosting.com): Let’s Encrypt is automatically added and enabled at the time of sign-up for their Shared Hosting. And of course, cPanel automatically renews for us.


We https://www.domainmarket.gr support for all web hosting Plans and
managed wordpress


BGOcloud also offers WordPress SSD hosting plans with free Let’s Encrypt certificates.


https://www.easyname.at/ is planning integration due to increasing demand. (via support e-mail)


https://freehosting.host currently supports Let’s Encrypt


https://www.hoststar.ch/ we support Let’s Encrypt since last December and is activated as default for all customers domains.


Here at Hostens we also support Let’s Encrypt certificates for both shared and reseller hosting packages with DirectAdmin.


Since the start of April 2017, XS4ALL has started to make redirecting to HTTPS the default for all browsers that support it.

This is by means of the Upgrade-Insecure-Requests technology that the vast majority of modern browsers (excluding IE/Edge) support. If the browser sends the header that it supports it, the browser is redirected to HTTPS.

The default for new customers will be a full redirect.

In the coming months we will slowly move existing customers to a full redirect, but that needs a bit more care.


We (Artfiles GmbH) are an ISP from Germany which provides web hosting services among other things.
We support Let’s Encrypt since September 2016 as beta and since January 2017 for all web hosting customers.

Blog Article (german): http://blog.artfiles.de/?p=606