I use asphostportal, and they fully support Let’s Encrypt.
According to this page, it’s said to be semi-automated. Is that changed now? Or users still need to wait 24 hours (or less)?
We’ve updated our product page to include Let’s Encrypt certificates (tab: Security):
Thanks for your time!
Hi @stevenzhu, here is the blog post. https://www.hostmywebsite.online/blog/how-we-issue-ssl-certificates/
Awesome list. Thanks for creating it.
The German Provider offers payed certificates AND LetsEncrypt.
It is described in their https://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/KonsoleH:SSL-Guide.
They offer LetsEncrypt for all their products be it hosting, colocation or for their own cloud.
We have since updated our policy to have LE certs by default: https://www.socialstrata.com/blog/the-secure-web-is-here-to-stay
Although this last post does not refer to LE specifically, if you check the related links you will see that these are LE certs.
this procedure is semi-automatic at the moment. The maximum waiting time of the installation is 24 hours, but usually this procedure takes 1-2 hours. We plan to make this procedure fully automatic in the near future.
The dutch webhoster bhosted.nl supports Let’s Encrypt for a while now through the DirectAdmin control panel. It’s supported for all webhosting packages. The renewal is automated.
For proof, see the Let’s Encrypt helpdesk article.
@Natali In this case, i could add you to the list… but it would show as “Action Needed” and “Require Manual Processing”
Thank you for adding hoop.la to the list of companies that support Let’s Encrypt.
I was wondering if we could move to the upper section “Providers that Automatically Enable Let’s Encrypt and Redirect HTTP->HTTPS by Default” because that is what we do.
Here is the evidence: https://www.socialstrata.com/blog/the-secure-web-is-here-to-stay (3rd paragraph)
And an older post too: https://www.socialstrata.com/blog/https-coming-soon-to-all-hoop-la-communities
These posts are focused on existing customers but all new customers will have HTTPS by default. The option to activate/remove SSL has been removed from the control panel, so it can only be removed via a support ticket.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.
Thank you! When we automate the installation, I will re-write the request here.
In the list I see the name Citihost, please change to Cityhost.
Apologize for the misspelling… Seems that i was thinking fo citibank while editing this list…
I’m looking for a new hosting provider. I’m thinking leaving TSOHost because their cPanel product doesn’t support SSL. I’m looking at Eco Web Hosting https://www.ecowebhosting.co.uk/web-hosting and they state that Let’s Encrypt support is included in the plans.
I would need to reach out to their support team to get more details… since they made me confuse on explaining ‘lets encrypt certificates’…