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  • AlanDSAlanDS Member

    @doghouch said:

    @AlanDS said:

    @doghouch said: Is it that bad that you need it free?

    I need wildcard... Do you know any service which offers wildcards for free at the moment?

    You still haven't answered my question. Anyway, @vmbox has them included with their servers.

    Yup. I needed it for testing purpose for a client webapp. As there is a chance of domain name change, I didn't wanted to spend until it finalizes.

    @stolipeach said: Send me the CSR (Active Members only)

    Thank you so much.

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  • @AlanDS said:

    @doghouch said: Is it that bad that you need it free?

    I need wildcard... Do you know any service which offers wildcards for free at the moment?

    cloudflare

    Thanked by 1AlanDS
  • williewillie Member

    AlanDS said: Yup. I needed it for testing purpose for a client webapp. As there is a chance of domain name change, I didn't wanted to spend until it finalizes.

    I don't understand why you need a wildcard instead of LetsEncrypt for that.

  • sanvitsanvit Member

    @stolipeach said: Send me the CSR (Active Members only)

    does SH SSL support multi-domain SSL or just single domain + wildcard? And does it support certs valid for more than an year?

    BunnyCDN - A lightning fast CDN at a fraction of the cost (ref)

  • sanvitsanvit Member

    @willie said:

    AlanDS said: Yup. I needed it for testing purpose for a client webapp. As there is a chance of domain name change, I didn't wanted to spend until it finalizes.

    I don't understand why you need a wildcard instead of LetsEncrypt for that.

    If it's for testing, you could also use a self signed one...

    BunnyCDN - A lightning fast CDN at a fraction of the cost (ref)

  • sanvit said: does SH SSL support multi-domain SSL or just single domain + wildcard? And does it support certs valid for more than a year?

    I haven't tried SAN certificates. No, they provide 1 year validity only.

    Thanked by 1sanvit
  • EdmondEdmond Member

    @stolipeach said: Send me the CSR (Active Members only)

    If you do have a account with Shield Plus on it, make sure it doesn't get cause being used off SH. We don't want it to repeat right?..

    Powered by: Virmach - LEB30 for 30% off!

  • DumbledoreDumbledore Member
    edited August 7

    Edmond said: If you do have a account with Shield Plus on it, make sure it doesn't get cause being used off SH. We don't want it to repeat right?..

    I only have a couple of dedicated servers with them. I'm not doing this on a large scale like Fidde, I can afford a couple of certificates.

    Thanked by 1AlanDS
  • AlanDSAlanDS Member

    @stolipeach said: I only have a couple of dedicated servers with them. I'm not doing this on a large scale like Fidde, I can afford a couple of certificates.

    Yes, True. A couple of certificates not going to do any harm. You will be flagged only if you issue in large quantity.

  • MaxisMaxis Member

    Thanks a lot for your kind service @Fidde

  • FiddeFidde Member

    @sanvit said: @Fidde Hey, does SH SSL support multi-domain SSL or just single domain + wildcard? And does it support certs valid for more than an year? Thanks!

    As far as I know, only single domain with wildcard. Through their panel, it's only 1 year, if you open a support ticket however, I've got a few (2/3 I think) certs with 3 year validity. You probably need a good reason and need to prove that it will be used in their IP-space, their support seems more strict about it than their panel.

    @hotsnow said:

    according the "Rate Turned Off $0.0103/hr", it seems at least $7/month if you select always turned off?

    Not sure really, they billed a bit odd (Amount, Date created):

    Thanked by 2hotsnow sanvit
  • @Fidde said:

    @sanvit said: @Fidde Hey, does SH SSL support multi-domain SSL or just single domain + wildcard? And does it support certs valid for more than an year? Thanks!

    As far as I know, only single domain with wildcard. Through their panel, it's only 1 year, if you open a support ticket however, I've got a few (2/3 I think) certs with 3 year validity. You probably need a good reason and need to prove that it will be used in their IP-space, their support seems more strict about it than their panel.

    @hotsnow said:

    according the "Rate Turned Off $0.0103/hr", it seems at least $7/month if you select always turned off?

    Not sure really, they billed a bit odd (Amount, Date created):

    That has to be one of the most most inconsistent things I have ever seen in my life. Why anyone would even think to do something like this is beyond my comprehension.

    Dont'TalkAboutLETClub There is this thing called hoopla.

  • AlanDSAlanDS Member

    Yes... Through their LEAP panel, you can issue only AlphaSSL with 1 year validity. But if you raise a support ticket with CSR and admin approval email, they will order manually on behalf of us and you can issue GlobalSign DomainSSL also with 3 years validity. I issued myself an Globalsign DomainSSL wildcard cert with 3 years validity and I received the cert within 25mins.

  • @AlanDS said: Yes... Through their LEAP panel, you can issue only AlphaSSL with 1 year validity. But if you raise a support ticket with CSR and admin approval email, they will order manually on behalf of us and you can issue GlobalSign DomainSSL also with 3 years validity. I issued myself an Globalsign DomainSSL wildcard cert with 3 years validity and I received the cert within 25mins.

    Can you issue a wildcard cert for me for more than one year? I would appreciate if it were free but I can also pay a low fee.

    Thanks

  • how to free ssl?

  • @trouble2 said: how to free ssl?

    apology for poor english

    when were you when freessl dies?

    i was sat at home eating yeti meat when @WSS ring

    ‘ssl is kill’

    ‘no’

    Thanked by 2WSS Aidan
  • AkitoAkito Member

    I always thought it's was free willy..

  • @drdrake said:

    @AlanDS said: Yes... Through their LEAP panel, you can issue only AlphaSSL with 1 year validity. But if you raise a support ticket with CSR and admin approval email, they will order manually on behalf of us and you can issue GlobalSign DomainSSL also with 3 years validity. I issued myself an Globalsign DomainSSL wildcard cert with 3 years validity and I received the cert within 25mins.

    Can you issue a wildcard cert for me for more than one year? I would appreciate if it were free but I can also pay a low fee.

    Thanks

    You can have a whooping 15 year free wildcard ssl with cloudflare.

    Thanked by 1Aidan
  • YI JING JJ

  • the problem with using cloudflare wildcard ssl is everything has to reverse proxy through their servers which adds overhead, delay, serious caching and lag issues for "live" content

    cheapest legit wildcard ssl cert I've found is now $105 for three years (alpha of course)

    but now just looking for solutions to get to january/february when letsencrypt will put the hurt on this very illegitimate industry and their money grab

    anything cheaper than $38 for one year somewhere as of September 2017 ?

  • AluminatAluminat Member
    edited September 13

    If I remember correctly, there is a deal 60.27 PLN ~17USD at a Poland site for wildcard SSL.

    People have posted somewhere in this thread.

    For 1 year ofc

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  • took me a bit to find it because it wasn't actually this thread but the site is az.pl

    anyone know what issuer they use? their own cert is alphassl / globalsign but that doesn't mean that's what their "ssl smart" uses

    is it automated DV? anyone run into nonsense like having to send drivers licenses, etc.?

  • rdesrdes Member
    edited September 13

    It's automated, domain verified by e-mail. Cert is issued by Home.pl (owner of AZ), and cross linked with certum.eu

  • @doghouch said:

    @AlanDS said: Is anybody with SH account is kind enough to issue me a free wildcart cert?? Please send me a PM or reply here. I will send you CSR.

    Thanks

    Is it that bad that you need it free?

    I would afford 5USD dollar if someone can supply me the 1 year cheap wild certificate. uhhh, just not right now. :)

  • FiddeFidde Member

    Just uploaded the latest version to Github if anyone cares or want to have a look at the code: https://github.com/Vittfarne/ASSL

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