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Really Simple SSL Pro is a lightweight standard for every WordPress website to keep SSL performance optimized and leverage heavyweight security standards.

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Really Simple SSL per Page and Social no longer supported

Really Simple SSL Per Page and Really Simple Social, bot Premium add-ons for Really Simple SSL are no longer supported after updating to Really Simple SSL 6.0 and, or Really Simple SSL Pro 6.0 our upcoming major release. The plugins will still work, but not

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Meet Really Simple SSL 6

Meet Really Simple SSL Our major release Really Simple SSL 6 is coming soon. Read about our update below and joining our beta release program! Pricing Really Simple SSL 6 is coming! Join our Beta Release Program. Learn more 5+ Million Happy Users Awesome Support

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About the Security Scan

In the last five years, Really Simple SSL has positioned itself as one of the leading authorities on Security Headers. We gave talks about the importance of Security Headers on WordCamp Europe, and have always aspired to give everyone in the (WordPress) ecosystem an easy way

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Really Simple SSL Pro Nulled – About the Risks

I recently purchased a Nulled version on a WordPress marketplace, claiming so-called “Nulled” versions are a legitimate option for resellers to earn a buck on GPL licensed software. Instead of buying from the source, you’re buying the software from a reseller with a considerable discount. These

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Really Simple SSL adapts to recent WP Engine changes

So what changed? WP Engine will drop support for the root file .htaccess. This is not uncommon, and several web servers, such as NGINX, do not support htaccess, and Really Simple SSL still works. What is htaccess? The .htaccess file is a configuration file in

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Deprecation of TLS 1.0 and 1.1

Deprecation of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 Since Chrome 79, a ‘not secure’ warning is shown for sites that use TLS 1.0 or 1.1 and do not support TLS 1.2 or greater. From Chrome 84 onwards (scheduled for release on the 4th of August) the site

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