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How to install a free SSL certificate on your WordPress cPanel hosting

If your hosting package has cPanel, you can easily add a free SSL certificate with the SSL Zen plugin. This plugin allows you to generate a free Let’s Encrypt certificate. A Let’s Encrypt certificate is a free SSL certificate. Requirements: cPanel access with the TLS/SSL Manager module enabled FTP/file manager access How to install a …

SSL

Really Simple SSL 3.2.4

Really Simple SSL 3.2.4 is ready for release. This latest version of the plugin can now be found at the Really Simple SSL GitHub page. This release includes a number of improvements: Fixed a CSS issue where buttons from other plugins had their styles reset Added an option to dismiss all Really Simple SSL notices …

cURL errors

What is cURL? cURL is a widely used method of transferring data from and to (web)servers via URL’s. It is installed on most, if not all webservers which makes it an ideal tool to use. Really Simple SSL uses cURL for a number of things. The plugin uses cURL to open your webpage to check …

Warnings & Errormessages

cURL error 35: SSL connect error

The cURL error 35 can appear in the Really Simple SSL debug log when the CURL function cannot connect to your website using SSL. Curl often uses a different set of certificates, shipped with PHP. There are several things that can cause this problem, in most cases updating both cURL and PHP to a newer …

SSL

Really Simple SSL 3.2

** Edit ** Some users were having issues after the update. Two bugs were fixed immediately and released, in 3.2.1 and 3.2.2. Sorry for the inconvenience caused!  When users had a plus one on the settings menu item, the additional plus one from Really Simple SSL caused an issue Because a multisite function was incorrectly …