Cloudflare SSL vs Letsencrypt

portuguesedude

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hello

would like to inquire my hoster based on your feedback.
I was checking my hoster SSL certificate, and its using letsencrypt.org for sign-ups new account and client area.
Is it possible to have a sort of "multiple-domains" solution with letsencrypt.org ?
If not, can hoster install the certificate on one single client cpanel account ?

thank you
 

24x7serverman

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Let's Encrypt will be renewed automatically after 90 days. It has automated tool for the installation. StartSSL needs the manual installation.

Let's Encrypt has been approved by the most of the platform. It is most trusted SSL certificate.
 

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Both Cloudflare and Let's Encrypt are great options for securing your website with an SSL certificate. Both offer free SSL certificates, and they both provide encryption to protect the communication between your website and your visitors.

Here are some key differences between Cloudflare and Let's Encrypt:

CDN: Cloudflare is a Content Delivery Network (CDN) in addition to being an SSL certificate provider. With Cloudflare, your website content is cached on servers around the world, which can speed up your website and improve its availability. Let's Encrypt, on the other hand, is focused solely on SSL certificates and does not offer a CDN.

Configuration: With Let's Encrypt, you'll need to install the SSL certificate on your server and configure it yourself. This can be a bit more technical, but it gives you more control over the certificate and its configuration. With Cloudflare, the SSL certificate is automatically configured for you, so it's easier to get started, but you have less control over the certificate.

Support: Both Cloudflare and Let's Encrypt have large communities of users and developers who can help you with any questions or issues you might have. However, Cloudflare is a larger company with more resources, so they may be able to provide more support.

In conclusion, both Cloudflare and Let's Encrypt are great options for securing your website with a free SSL certificate. If you're looking for a complete solution that includes a CDN, Cloudflare is a good choice. If you're comfortable with some technical setup and want more control over the certificate, Let's Encrypt is a good choice. Ultimately, the best choice for you will depend on your specific needs and requirements.
 
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