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    1 comment February 13th, 2018 1375

    If you haven’t considered adding SSL encryption to your webpage yet, you should. SSL encryption has a lot of benefits to consider and really no reasons not to. If making sure your visitors feel safe seems important to you, or if SEO results matter much to your site, then you probably should follow along with this very simple tutorial. This article is really meant to walk you through how easy it is for anyone to set up.

    The first step is logging into your account at Once you log in you should see the Client Area. To advance just click on My Services Tab. 

    Click on the blue “manage” button.

    Scroll down until you see the Login to cPanel button and click on it to begin.

    Now that we are in cPanel just scroll down until you see the security options.

    Then click on Lets Encrypt SSL

    Go ahead and click “+Issue” and click next afterwards. 


    There you have it, a simple FREE option to install SSL certificates for yourself. These simple SSL Certificates are really perfect for most uses and if after you use Lets Encrypt you still want more out of your SSL, then consider upgrading to any of the paid SSL services available.  


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  1. Hello,
    I recently purchased the Linux Cloud Hosting option from you guys and unfortunately the “Lets Encrypt SSL” option is not showing up for me.
    Thank You

    Comment by Michael De Leon on October 31st, 2018 at 3:08 PM

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