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As Steffen metioned it is not possible to do the renewals without domain re-validation. BUT even without SSH access it is possible to automate the Let's Encrypt renewal request which shoould solve your manual validation problem. Have a look at: Lescript on GitHub The challenges are completed by creating the files and folders using PHP. The only thing you ...


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You do not need a SSL certificate in order to send a secure email, the same way desktop computers, tablets and mobiles phones don't need one either. This could be happening because your server doesn't have OpenSSL installed, or your script is at fault. You can check if you have OpenSSL installed by doing: openssl version. If you need to install OpenSSL ...


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Emails sent to gmail users from your website email which I assume has the same DNS as your site then your emails get encrypted both by your webmail service and gmail (two private keys with two corresponding public keys). If you receive emails from Gmail users then the email is only encrypted by Gmail and not your webmail service and since the message ...


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YES. It's not official yet, but Bitly is starting to talk about their upcoming HTTPS support and it's already being rolled out. Here are two examples: https://huff.to/1NozAOQ and https://tcrn.ch/1SMWIIN I tried it for my own branded domain (on a free account) and, initially, it didn't work. However, after several hours, a new certificate showed up and ...


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I really appreciate with @Steve. As you explained, your requirement is securing your ecommerce platform where users or customers can set up secure web store with their own custom domains or sub-domains or second level sub-domains. In that case, wildcard SSL can’t eligible to fulfill your business needs, because it can secure only sub-domains which are ...


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A wild card certificate won't work in the way you have described. To implement a single certificate you would need to have each customer as a subdomain of the primary domain. "...a wildcard certificate is a public key certificate which can be used with multiple subdomains of a domain..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildcard_certificate There is a Unified ...



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