Really Simple SSL

Category: Let’s Encrypt

Renewing a Really Simple SSL Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate

Really Simple SSL will let you know when your Let’s Encrypt certificate generated by Really Simple SSL is about to expire. Two weeks before the expiration date, you will see one of the following notices in your SSL settings dashboard: The SSL certificate has been

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OCSP Stapling

OCSP Stapling OCSP stands for Online Certificate Status Protocol. It is a tool to check the certificate status in real-time. When a user visits your site, an OCSP request is generally made to the Certificate Authority that issued the SSL certificate. This is done to

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Install a Free SSL Certificate with Really Simple SSL

From Really Simple SSL 5.0 onward you can install a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate on your WordPress website. Please remember your hosting provider might block this installation. For example, if they offer a free SSL certificate already, or if they block the installation because they

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Protect SSL generation directories

Protect SSL generation directories this warning occurs when your SSL certificate files aren’t protected. This happens when Really Simple SSL has created an ssl/certs and ssl/keys directory in your websites root folder. The public certificate (*.crt) being available is not an issue, it’s the private

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