Really Simple SSL

Category: Let’s Encrypt

Installing SSL using shell functions

If you receive the following notice, while using Really Simple SSL to install a Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate: Your server provides shell functionality, which offers additional methods to install SSL. If installing SSL using the default methods is not possible, you can install the shell

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RSA keypair export failed

When you encounter this error when generating an SSL certificate it’s because of a configuration issue with OpenSSL. OpenSSL is a library commonly used to interact with TLS and SSL. An error in this library can cause issues like the RSA keypair export failure. Really

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Installing SSL on cPanel

Installing a Let’s Encrypt certificate on cPanel After generating an SSL certificate using Really Simple SSL 5.0, you can install the SSL certificate in cPanel as follows: Open cPanel and navigate to the SSL/TLS section. Here you can select the recommended certificate option: Press ‘save’

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Installing an SSL certificate on GoDaddy

Really Simple SSL 5.0 can generate a free Let’s Encrypt certificate on most GoDaddy environments, with the exception of managed hosting which comes with a free SSL certificate by default. Once you have generated the certificate using Really Simple SSL you can follow these steps

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Installing an SSL certificate on Hostinger

Hostinger offers a free SSL certificate with their hosting plans. This means you don’t have to go through the Really Simple SSL wizard to install an SSL certificate. For detailed installation instructions see this Hostinger video:  

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