SSL Certificates

Secure Your Website With A Personal SSL Certificate Issued For Your Domain

Stronger Security

Having an SSL certificate on your website allows all data transmitted between your visitors and the hosting server to be encrypted. This includes personal details, login and registration forms, and payment information.

Improved SEO

Back in 2014, Google confirmed that HTTPS is used as a ranking signal, so having an SSL certificate for your website not only improves security, but brings an added SEO bonus.

Great First Impression

With an SSL certificate, users will see the reassuring padlock next to your domain in the address bar of their browsers. The padlock signifies that the connection to your site is fully secure.

Free SSL Certificates With Every Hosting Account

SSL certificates encrypt the communication between your website visitor and the server. Considered as must-have only for ecommerce and corporate sites in the past, nowadays, having an SSL certificate is a requirement for any website. Starting from July 2018 with the release of Chrome version 68, Google’s browser started marking all HTTP sites as ‘Not Secure’. The same policy was later applied in all other major browsers. With this dominating trend, having an SSL certificate on your website has now become an absolute necessity. In fact, not having one could lead to a decreased page ranking on Google’s search results.

You can easily enable a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate via the SSL/HTTPS > Let’s Encrypt certificates section at the Control Panel. They adhere to the same security standards and provide the same level of encryption as commercial certificates. You can activate a Let’s Encrypt certificate for any hostname associated with your hosting account provided that it has been pointed to our server.
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Most frequent questions and answers
In order to access the website over HTTPS, you need to have a personal SSL certificate installed for your domain. We offer free SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt, which can be activated from the Control Panel – SSL/HTTPS section.

Note that once you have installed the certificate, you could either force the HTTP connections to your website or configure the application (on which your site is based) to work over HTTPS. To force the use of SSL, navigate to the Control Panel – SSL/HTTPS – Force HTTPS.

If you have problems switching your website to HTTPS, feel free to submit a ticket at and our techs will do their best to assist you.

The Let’s Encrypt certificates adhere to the same security standards and provide the same level of encryption. Unlike commercial certificates, however, Let’s Encrypt certificates do not provide a warranty of misuse or mis-issuance, or additional features such as site seal.

Yes, you can enable free Let’s Encrypt certificates for all your domain names via the SSL/HTTPS -> Let’s Encrypt certificates section of the Control Panel. This should remove the SSL-related warnings if you access your site via one of your parked domain names over HTTPS.

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