Free SSL from Let’s Encrypt
Let’s Encrypt is a non-profit certificate authority run by Internet Security Research Group that provides X.509 certificates for Transport Layer Security encryption for FREE. These certificates are valid for 90 days, during which renewal can take place at any time. The renewals can however be automated using corn jobs on hosting cPanel. So you would not have to worry about renewing them after every 3 months period.
Visit Let’s Encrypt to learn more about them.
However, as good as it might seem, getting this to work on a website is a pretty daunting task which definitely requires some specialized expertise to set it up.
As a business owner, you definitely would want to keep yourself and your customers safe and if you are on this page you definitely are looking for some cheaper SSL certificate options.
You can probably go on an endeavour of trying to figure out setting Let’s Encrypt SSL on your own to bring the cost to zero, however that would require you to go through the Let’s Encrypt documentation and invest some quality time into it which I believe you do not have as you have to focus on several other aspects of your business. If you do have time and you would want to explore things yourself, I have got you covered. I have written a blog post that will help you step by step with the process. Head over to the link down below:
For most business owners time is equivalent to money. You cannot possibly handle every aspect of your business. So the better option is to delegate tasks.
I can help you save both your time and money by setting up FREE SSL from Let’s Encrypt on your website.
You will only need to pay a modest one-time service charge of USD 35 for me to help you out.
Since these certificates are valid for a 90 day period, the renewal is required after 90 days which is also free of cost. However, you need not worry about renewals because I will set up an automated cron job on your hosting cPanel which will perform a daily check to see if the renewal is required. If required the corn job will automatically renew the certificate.