Really Simple SSL

Category: SSL

Installing SSL on Subfolders

It’s not possible to install an SSL Certificate on a subfolder. To enable SSL on a subfolder you can install an SSL Certificate on your root domain. As soon as you have that installed, you also have SSL on your subfolder. The only thing left

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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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A Whole New Really Simple SSL

Join our Beta release program Interested in testing new features and see what’s next in SSL for WordPress? Join our Beta release program with priority support. Enter your email below. And will contact you with the next steps. Celebrating 5 Years, and nearing 5 million

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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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4 Most Common WordPress Security Issues (and How to Fix Them)

4 Most Common WordPress Security Issues (and How to Fix Them) News flash! …If you have a WordPress site, there’s a chance you could get hacked, especially if you don’t update regularly. In fact, more than 90,000 attacks against WordPress sites happen every minute. Whatever

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