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Second, at CloudFlare we've cleared one of the last major technical
hurdle before making SSL available for every one of our customers --
even free customers. One of the challenges we had was ensuring we still
had the flexibility to move traffic to sites dynamically between the
servers that make up our network. While we can do this easily when
traffic is over an HTTP connection, when a connection uses HTTPS we need
to ensure that the correct certificates are in place and loaded into
memory before requests are processed by a server.
To accomplish this, we needed to redesign how certificates are loaded
into a server's memory. Previously, we'd load certificates into memory
before traffic was directed to a server. That creates challenges when
dealing with millions of domains and when shifting traffic to help
isolate or mitigate an attack.
Here is a Free SSL provider:
Here is the cheapest SSL provider I found:
Thank you But, it's free...
Like this one:
HOWEVER, there is a security WARNING of the certificate with Opera, Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc...Have a look by yourself:
It is free
Not so much, please, test by yourself With HTTPS and Without:
WARNING with CheapSSLSecurity.comI bought a cert with them and I haven't any news after 5 days.SCAM or support ranked to the absolute zero level?I just asked refund today.
Yes I did. I got my money back. And bought a new SSL cert from my regular cert seller SSLs.com.
You can compare by yourself for 1 year / 1 cert:
With a basic RapidSSL Certificate:
With a basic Comodo EV SSL Certificate: