It is possible that if you are hosting only 1 application/site or require a custom solution. Otherwise as you say it is quite expensive.
MochaHost supports Let’s Encrypt (LE).
I can confirm this, as I just enabled LE on my domain (junktext.com) via their cPanel.
At Host My Website Online, we use to support and encourage Let’s Encrypt.
Installation and HTTP to HTTPS redirection are semi-automated.
Have some free time finally and I will be processing more of the replies. Older first, then back to newer. Thanks everyone.
Also wanted to update the main post layout by adding a Table of Contents. Hopefully it makes things easier for people to find what they are looking for.
Also added a legend and notes to apply at the end of the hosting provided, at this time a 1 to denote premium requirements; example, requires a specific level plan/service
GitLab has plans to support Let’s Encrypt out of the box:
We supported letsencrypt - https://timeweb.com. Fully automated, customers just switch on “Let’s Encrypt” for their host and all magic is done behind the scenes.
I see on LetsEncrypt home page that (Vultr.com) is a major sponsor or donor for LetsEncrypt.
Their documentation also describes steps to setup LetsEncrypt e.g., https://www.vultr.com/docs/setup-lets-encrypt-with-apache-on-ubuntu-16-04
But Vultr is not listed here. @StopSpazzing could you please add Vultr to this list?
PS: I am a Vultr customer.
Any idea when bluehost.in cloud hosting have Let’s Encrypt.
Pagely can be moved from Planned to Supports Let’s Encrypt - https://support.pagely.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003969272
I just spoke to HostGator support and was assured they have NO plans to offer Let’s Encrypt.
@rocktechnologies, seemingly not. At least their description of the feature indicates that users have to pay extra and that their certificate providers are all GlobalSign brands:
So I expect Z.com isn’t supporting Let’s Encrypt for its hosting plans here.
InMotionHosting now allows setup on Dedicated, VPS or Shared Server type hosting plans. Basically any of their plans with SSH access.
Very good list of web hosting providers with Let’s Encrypt Support, in fact I use one of among them Cloudways for my Joomla website and it’s free too, see: https://www.cloudways.com/blog/lets-encrypt-free-ssl-on-cloud/
I have just signed up and would like to be added to the Hosting providerslist.
Could you please update my status so that I may do so.
I’m also please to say that my first test cert was successful.