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An SSL certificate is a must For Every Websites Now – Must Read

An SSL certificate is a must For Every Websites Now – Must Read by : 1:32 pm On October 31, 2017

We Just Get an Official Message in Our Email That SSL is now By Force For Every Website Owner and Bloggers, Read Full Gist Below..

  1. From October 2017, new domains, subdomains or addon domains hosted in cPanel are created with default SSL Certificate. – This Means That Every Cpanel sites eg WordPress Sites will come with an Un Secured SSL, this ssl is just like when you are using http:// because it is not safe and not secured, therefore i dont recommend it, i advise you to purchase a cheap SSL for your site or Blog.

2. If you don’t have an SSL Certificate already, cPanel will install a self-signed SSL to your domain. There are two issues connected with that:

  • Self-signed SSLs are not trusted by browsers. A user visiting a website using this DEAFULT/SELF-SIGNED SSL type gets a browser warning that there is an issue with the website’s security certificate, therefore telling the user that your blog is not secured..
  • If you don’t set up a redirect from http:// to https:// you may face a content duplication issue which affects SEO rankings.

To ensure you use a trusted SSL Certificate, i suppose Namecheap is offering 1-year free PositiveSSL limited to 1 cPanel primary domain for newly created account, and up to 49 new subdomains or addon domains per account. To install it, i advise you to Grab this offer as it is cheap even after the 1 year Bonus visit the Namecheap SSL plugin. For more info, Thanks


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