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Garrisonhost Wildcard SSL

ollietrexollietrex Member

I am looking around for a wildcard SSL certificate and found.

http://www.garrisonhost.com/ssl-certificates/alphassl.html

I normally use ssls.com but this company is way much cheaper for SSL certificates. Is it a case of you pay for what you get or would SSL certificates from this company for serving web traffic do the job?

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  • wychwych Member

    Why not just get one from NameCheap, pickup a cheap .pw and then get a $1-2 SSL.

    Taking a hiatus.

  • zhuanyizhuanyi Member

    @wych said:
    Why not just get one from NameCheap, pickup a cheap .pw and then get a $1-2 SSL.

    Their wildcard SSL are not cheap at all...

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  • rmlhhdrmlhhd Member, Provider

    IPXCore is still cheaper - $42

  • zhuanyizhuanyi Member

    @rmlhhd said:
    IPXCore is still cheaper - $42

    Ah, they are actually way cheaper because what GarrisonHost was quoting is the 5 year price (max discount you can get from them), if you go to IPXCore and choose 3 years, price is actually only 40 per year.

    http://ipxcore.com/ssl/

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  • wychwych Member

    @zhuanyi said:
    Their wildcard SSL are not cheap at all...

    I missed the wildcard bit... nvm!

    Taking a hiatus.

  • I've gotten a wildcard ssl from them before, didn't have any issue with it.

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  • StevenNStevenN Member, Provider

    We provide free 1 year wildcard SSL's with all our VPS starting at $3/month. You can cancel after first month if you want too. http://vmbox.co

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  • niceboyniceboy Member

    I got a free wildcard with my box from vmbox..

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  • niceboyniceboy Member

    I got a free wildcard with my box from vmbox..

    My reliable providers : Ramnode : HostHatch : Serverica : CloudCone : InceptionHosting : AlphaVps : LittleCreekHosting : NexusBytes

  • zhuanyizhuanyi Member

    @VMbox said:
    We provide free 1 year wildcard SSL's with all our VPS starting at $3/month. You can cancel after first month if you want too. http://vmbox.co

    I think you need to be careful with this one. The Singlehop SSLs are not supposed to be used outside of Singlehop networks and if they found out too many SSLs issues to you are being used outside of their network I am not sure what will happen.

    Just a friendly suggestion, obviously I am not affiliated with Singlehop.

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  • kyakykyaky Member

    sorry I thought it was something to do with Mr. Garrison when I saw the title.

    "Across the Great Wall we can reach every corner of the world"

  • shovenoseshovenose Member, Provider

    I had one but keep in mind you.can't renew you have to buy new one which is really annoying.

  • How can a company charge $42 for something and another company can afford to give them away for free on $3 plans? can't you generate your own SSL certificates anyway?

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  • hostnoob said: How can a company charge $42 for something and another company can afford to give them away for free on $3 plans?

    Because of the ignorance of the general public.

  • johnjohn Member
    edited May 2014

    rmlhhd said: IPXCore is still cheaper - $42
    zhuanyi said: Ah, they are actually way cheaper because what GarrisonHost was quoting is the 5 year price (max discount you can get from them), if you go to IPXCore and choose 3 years, price is actually only 40 per year.

    I think we're cheaper for 3 year certificates also. $105 for 3 year ($35/year).

    hostnoob said: How can a company charge $42 for something and another company can afford to give them away for free on $3 plans? can't you generate your own SSL certificates anyway?

    What @zhuanyi said. Certificates issued by GlobalSign for SingleHop should only be used on the SingleHop network.

    To answer @ollietrex, we're a GlobalSign reseller so what you get through us is the same as compared to if you ordered from GlobalSign directly.

    Garrison Network Solutions LLC runs SSDVirt and GarrisonHost.

    garrisonhost.com
  • All our AlphaSSL certs are from @john, he's been nothing but a pleasure to do business with.

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  • VPNVPN Member

    All mine are from @VMbox and he's a great guy.

    @hostnoob said:
    How can a company charge $42 for something and another company can afford to give them away for free on $3 plans? can't you generate your own SSL certificates anyway?

    Why would you want to use an untrusted certificate though? Surely the reason for wanting SSL is to verify to your customers/visitors that their information is being transported safely.

    Nobody wants to see a yellow warning screen when they visit a site via HTTPS.

    Hi :>

  • Who decided that Comodo, Thawte, and GeoSign would be trusted certificate authorities, and why can't other businesses meet the same requirements and also gain the 'trusted' status?

  • gutshotz said: Who decided that Comodo, Thawte, and GeoSign would be trusted certificate authorities, and why can't other businesses meet the same requirements and also gain the 'trusted' status?

    Money, really.

    Good luck getting browser vendors to add your cert.

    -- BOFH

  • zhuanyizhuanyi Member

    john said: I think we're cheaper for 3 year certificates also. $105 for 3 year ($35/year).

    Either I can't read English or I can't do math, either way, my apologies...

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  • forthcloudforthcloud Member
    edited May 2014

    @zhuanyi said:
    Their wildcard SSL are not cheap at all...

    I think they have a $149 deal (for 5 years) on WHT.

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