Category Archives: SSL

SSL

Complianz GDPR now Complianz Privacy Suite (GDPR/CaCPA)

Today version 2.0 of Complianz GDPR, now renamed to Complianz Privacy Suite was released. Both free and premium version now are built for US privacy laws as well, with an automatic generated Do Not Sell My Personal Information page, and a cookie banner which is specifically configured for the requirements in the United States. Regions …

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Really Simple SSL 3.1.2

Really Simple SSL 3.1.2. will be released shortly. It includes the following improvements: Tweak: added nicer looking checkboxes It just looks better 🙂 Tweak: .well-known/acme-challenge/ is excluded from .htaccess https:// redirect Ironically, updates of SSL certificates often cannot run over https. This prevents the update from being redirected to https. Tweak: implemented transients for functions …

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Really Simple SSL 3.1.0

Over the past few weeks we have made a number of improvements to the free Really Simple SSL plugin. The 3.1.0 version of Really Simple SSL is released as of today, community feedback is much appreciated. This version includes the following tweaks and fixes: Tweak: added HTTP_X_PROTO as supported header These headers are used to …

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Complianz GDPR 1.2: Cookie notification with A/B testing and categories

Today Complianz GDPR premium 1.2.0 and Complianz GDPR 1.2.0 have been released! Both free and premium versions now have the option to use categories in the cookie warning. If you use Tag Manager, you can even connect the categories to specific events in Tag Manager, so you can fire as many dedicated cookie firing events …

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Really Simple SSL available in 21 languages!

I noticed this morning that Really Simple SSL is now available in 21 languages, which is pretty cool! See also the translation page here:https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/really-simple-ssl Really Simple SSL is now installed on over 1 million websites, nearing 2 million, and downloaded 10000-15000 times each day! Do you want to add your language too? Please let me …