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SSL Certificates and OVH


Iray
30-03-2015, 18:13
excellent, thanks, i went with a reseller and paid 60 for wildcard ssl with multi ip support. Works really well so far, Appreciate all ur posts!

alex
28-02-2015, 14:31
Quote Originally Posted by Iray
Which companies do you use and how much do you pay?
I recommend to check the following websites:
https://www.ssls.com/
https://www.rapidsslonline.com/
https://www.gogetssl.com/
https://cheapsslsecurity.com/

as the above mentioned website can provide better choice of SSL and price than OVH.

marks
23-02-2015, 18:13
Quote Originally Posted by Iray
I'd like to ask members here if they are using SSL for any of their businesses or projects and if you are, which companies you'd recommend? I know cafeterias probably differ.

I've looked at OVH to provide an SSL but can't find any information on wildcard SSL's - Which is what I require.

Which companies do you use and how much do you pay?
At the moment, we only provide SSL for hosting packages and as a part of services, such Private Exchange , Private Cloud and others...

Razakel
22-02-2015, 19:40
Quote Originally Posted by Iray
Which companies do you use and how much do you pay?
The cheapest I've found are GoGetSSL, a Latvian reseller. $70 for a Comodo wildcard certificate.

I've used them personally and for clients, never had any problems.

Kode
22-02-2015, 14:03
You could also use Cloudflare, the SSL isn't registered to you specifically, but works fine and wildcard works as well, in addition it provides CDN and fast DNS, even the free plan has SSL now, we are on the pro account which is $20/mo for the first site then an extra $5 a month for each subsequent site (you can have as many subdomains as you like for the wildcard dns, they don't count as extra sites).

*edit*
The certificate is issues by Global Sign, and as you can see on https://fanart.tv/ will say something like Issued to: ssl6975.cloudflare.com so if it's important that it says it's registered to your domain personally then it's no good, but if you just want wildcard ssl that works, then it's not going to get much cheaper than free.

Criot
22-02-2015, 13:29
I use NameCheap for SSL, they're probably one of the cheapest around for SSL currently.

Iray
22-02-2015, 12:59
I'd like to ask members here if they are using SSL for any of their businesses or projects and if you are, which companies you'd recommend? I know cafeterias probably differ.

I've looked at OVH to provide an SSL but can't find any information on wildcard SSL's - Which is what I require.

Which companies do you use and how much do you pay?