Hostnet offers fully automated Let’s Encrypt support on all Shared hosting plans.
The greenhost source could be updated to their more recent post announcing LE wildcard cert support: https://www.greengeeks.com/blog/2018/05/01/free-lets-encrypt-wildcard-ssl/
Hi @freeSSLuser , sorry for the late response… I was taking longer than usual to come home… It’s been added.
Hi @whza, the site has been added with proper notes. Thank you!
Hi @ericb, i will get in touch with CADNS and request that feature being listed at (at least) one pages on their website. Thank you for this information!
Hi @Crell, Sorry for the delay. Platform.sh has been added to the list! Thank you for the information.
Hi @dtsnet, Please let me know when DTS-NET officially support Let’s Encrypt. I’ll be glad to add it in the list.
Hola @aml837. Gracias. El sitio ha sido añadido con la bandera “manual”
Hi @jwatt, The source has been updated.
At your convenience, would you be willing to add PeoplesHost to the list? Thanks in advance!
Apparently there is some problems with SiteGround for some users: Why is SiteGround having such issues with automatically renewing Let's Encrypt! SSL tickets?
According to https://www.peopleshost.com/2016/10/free-lets-encrypt-ssl-with-hosting/, the AutoSSL feature on People’s Host need to be activated with a ticket. Is it still true? If not, could you please provide a reference (link) to how it works now?
First of all, could you please not include an aff link to your hosting site?
Could you please provide me any mention to Free certificate on the website? (or description?)
when customer creates DTS-NET hosting account automatically creates a Free lets encrypt certificate for the customer website
- FastNom (now Servizi Internet Srl) provides free Let’s Encrypt certificates on their DirectAdmin servers (source)
- Register.it offers Let’s Encrypt (source)
Both providers tested - all works fine.
- CrazyDomains.com.au does not support Let’s Encrypt (I’ve just spoken to them over the phone. It’s not in their plan to support it either).
In August, One.com announced that TLS is enabled by default for all customers.
And the certificates are issued by Let’s Encrypt. Here is one domain, which did not have a certificate before:
And this domain had a certificate from Comodo (and still has):
Can InterServer be added to the list? Cloud VPS https://www.interserver.net/vps/ has Let’s Encrypt Support. https://www.interserver.net/tips/kb/manage-lets-encrypt-breadbasket/
Not entirely on-topic but I came across a very illuminating comment from the CEO of Namecheap:
Let’s Encrypt. Ever going to roll it out?
I plan to switch away from Namecheap soon unless it’s implemented, it’s really disappointing to me.
and the response:
Hello Fej, to be honest, we signed an exclusive contract with Comodo before Let’s Encrypt even existed. The length of that contract is ten years. It’s put us in a tough situation as far as what we can offer out of the box to our customers. While our customers can still install LE on our hosting services on their own, we can’t actively do this for them. The only other option here is to break that contract which will cost us millions of dollars and it’s something that I continue to consider.
It’s kind of surprising to see those two statements together, though I guess it doesn’t mean much until they actually do it.
Thrilled to find that Powweb has Let’s Encrypt set up and ON by default!