Resolved ssl request

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  1. hamradi2

    hamradi2 Member

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    many websites are saying you have to go though your hosting ie you to get the ssl for your website . Is that the case ? I've tried cloud flare but they soon to be having some problems with keeping websites only i am enclosing a news report for you to read https://whnt.com/news/major-internet-outage-dozens-of-websites-and-apps-are-down/

    please let me know if you can help or what steps i have to take .

    Thank you
     
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    spacresx Community Advocate Community Support

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    according to the article it only mentions a temporary outage,
    but it was one that already happened, and services were restored.

    so its not something to get worried about.

    as for obtaining ssl,
    you'd have to either get a paid account or another host that provides it.
     
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    I would like to put ssl on my website .
     
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    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    The only way with free hosting is using cloudflare or other similar services. We do not currently offer SSL on free hosting.

    Premium hosting does have that option however.
     
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    Thank you for all your help. This topic can now be closed
     
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