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In the helionet wiki they showed a tutorial about how to get a free SSL in Zerossl. Now Zerossl is their own certificate company and doesn't provide more than 3 90 day certificates (or 1 90 day certificate renewed twice). But now you can get either unlimited 90 day GoGetSSL certificates from: https://freessl.space/ or you can get unlimited CertCloud certificates from: https://freessl.org/. Those unfortunately don't support wildcards or multidomains (a paid addon). If you want one that supports wildcard SSL then you can use the automated certificate bot from: https://www.win-acme.com/. They support multidomains and wildcards so you can get unlimited Zerossl issued SSL (or let's encrypt) for free.

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I often mention the renewed ZeroSSL. Certainly there is currently no good way to use it with HelioHost.

Currently ZeroSSL (and  SSL For Free) has restrictions on free issuance on the web, so you should consider a paid 1 year plan.
But APIs and ACME are not. You can automatically issue a certificate and renew it for free.

If you want to use this with HelioHost, it's safe to leave it to cPanel AutoSSL.

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On 7/10/2021 at 7:23 PM, balloons said:

If you want to use this with HelioHost, it's safe to leave it to cPanel AutoSSL.

Johnny doesn't offer Autossl so this is why I posted this topic.

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AutoSSL update may have stopped due to cPanel outage. (AutoSSL renews the certificate in 2-3 months)
If this is correct, you may not be able to browse websites that apply SSL. This needs investigation.

If you were using a custom domain, it would be safe to temporarily move it to another server.
HelioHost is proposing VPS. I just signed it.

In the future, this will be changed to a certificate issuing method mainly for Plesk. I think Plesk supported Let's Encrypt issuance.
If you use a VPS, you are free to build it, so you could choose ZeroSSL instead. (I plan to use ZeroSSL with Caddy)

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