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    Question https

    Google sends warnings that it will soon start penalizing all sites that do not use https.

    Is it still requirement on Dathorn to purchase dedicated IP address for each domain certificate?

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    I don't think so. The last SSL, I had installed, I requested an IP address, but there's something new in the setup so that they can be installed without a dedicated ip

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    That seems like good news.

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    I just tried to set self signed certificate and install it for a domain and it works without requiring dedicated IP. Nice!

    Next question is when Let's Encrypt will be supported so we can use free CA-signed certificates.

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    You don't need to wait anymore! Well, as long as you are willing to put some effort in it and do it manually. Couple minutes ago I've successfully installed on cpanel79 a Let's Encrypt certificate made with the help of https://gethttpsforfree.com/ - a lot of copy-pasting to and from a Linux VM terminal to use openssl, but in the end it works just fine. You can see it in all its glory at https://kozina.com (until it expires on April 23 , then it's all over again).

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    Ii is not problem installing it once, but as has short life, this has to be repeated quite often.

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