Let's Encrypt SSL

Let's Encrypt is now supported by PeoplesHost. We offer Let's Encrypt domain-validated SSL Certificates at no cost for our cPanel customers. In order to request a Let's Encrypt SSL for your domain on your hosting account you will need to submit a request to our support team. Once your request has been received a support technician will enable the AutoSSL feature on your cPanel account and issue a Let's Encrypt SSL for your domain.

What do you have to do?

- Order a Let's Encrypt hosting plan or any of our other Linux or Windows ASP .NET hosting plans.
- Submit a ticket to our support team to issue a Let's Encrypt SSL Certificate for your domain.

We will follow up with you via support ticket to let you know that your Let's Encrypt domain-validated SSL has been issued. Your SSL certificate renewal is automatic every 3 months (90 days) and completely hands-free.

If you have any questions about Let's Encrypt or how you can obtain a free SSL please reach out to support. We'll be more than happy to address any questions you may have.

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