A helpful resource to secure your websites for free with ZeroSSL

Keeping your websites secure just got easier, not to mention cheaper. ZeroSSL is a new, completely free and trusted certificate authority and SSL platform that makes it easy to create SSL certificates for your websites.

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SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind an encrypted key to your details, enabling secure connections from your webserver to the browser. SSL is rapidly becoming the norm when it comes to online security, and if you're not using it for your websites, it's high time you got on board.

ZeroSSL makes it easy to do so. A reliable alternative to paid-for SSL tools, it offers free SSL certificates through an easy-to-use user interface. Key features include a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to set up new certificates and keep track of existing ones. There's also an easy-to-use API (Application Programming Interface) that allows you to create both 90-day and 1-year validity certificates, quickly and easily.

You can expect an ACME Server (currently in beta), which allows all existing ACME & Let's Encrypt clients to automate certificate issuing through ZeroSSL. Plus up to five 90-day SSL certificates for free, along with unlimited 90-day SSL certificates for anybody making use of major ACME integrations for certificate management.

To top it off, there are one-year certificates with an affordable subscription plan, a REST API to automate the issuing of SSL certificates, and the ability to validate domain ownership via email, not just DNS, making it much easier to issue certificates quickly.

Offering all the SSL security tools you'll ever need, in one place, ZeroSSL is fast, reliable and free: what more could you ask for? With more than half a million monthly clients trusting ZeroSSL with their website security, it makes great sense to join them. Start using ZeroSSL today.

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