How to install the Plesk free Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate?

The following instructions demonstrate how to install the Lets Encrypt Extension for Plesk.  ===================== 1.Log into your Plesk Control Panel (https://Your_Server_IP_Address:8443) and select “Extensions” from the left-hand menu. 2. Click on the Extensions Catalog. 3. Select the Lets Encrypt extension and click “Install”. 4. Once the extension is installed, click on the extension Continue Reading

Facebook expands support for Let’s Encrypt

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! We’re excited that Facebook is supporting our work through a three-year Platinum sponsorship! We asked them Continue Reading

Let’s Encrypt Root Trusted By All Major Root Programs

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! As of the end of July 2018, the Let’s Encrypt root, ISRG Root X1, is directly Continue Reading

Engineering deep dive: Encoding of SCTs in certificates

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Let’s Encrypt recently launched SCT embedding in certificates. This feature allows browsers to check that a Continue Reading

Looking Forward to 2018

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Let’s Encrypt had a great year in 2017. We more than doubled the number of active Continue Reading

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