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Many of the shared hosters (1and1, GoDaddy, Hostgator, Dreamhost, etc) now offer free LetsEncrypt SSL certificates as a 1-click kind of install.  I used it on my site(s) at 1and1 and Dreamhost.

If you run your own server, the process is a bit more complex, but you can use directions to get a certificate and install it on the webserver for all domains hosted on the server.  See for details

Very good choice Ken...

actually... just since today...

--- Quote ---To help keep you safer on the internet, we’re building upon Firefox’s new warning in the address bar. Firefox now shows an in-context alert if you click into a username or password field on a page that isn’t encrypted with HTTPS.
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I wish my provider offered this, but they have no built-in solutoin and do not support letsencrypt...


There's nothing here that needs to be 'secure'.  It's all jibber-jabber.

I will send the school this and see what they want to do. It sounds like my website is about the only thing truly hosted in house anymore.  Everything else we do is hosted by someone else. email, student apps, school website.

Been running Letsencrypt for a while now. It is just coming to its second update-round.  :-)

--- Quote from: Jáchym on March 14, 2017, 12:44:47 PM

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Next step is blocking forms completely on un-secure sites...  :lol:


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