SSL

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

Really Simple SSL - Hardening

Tackle WordPress weaknesses and fortify your website with Really Simple SSL 6.0

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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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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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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