Let's Encrypt SSL certificates. Free and easy 1-click installation.
SSL certificates provide security and create trust. The padlock in the address reassures visitors to your site. We’ve made it the default setting of your WordPress websites with free SSL certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt.
We rely on the optimized HTTP/2 for SSL. This speeds up the load time for your WordPress pages significantly and is achieved by compression, improved data transmission and server push.
Search engines such as Google display a warning in their search results for websites running without SSL encryption. With https:// you are therefore not only protecting your website against risks but it also improving your rank in the search results.
One click for SSL
With RAIDBOXES installing and managing your SSL certificates has never been easier. With a single push of a button you are able to activate or deactivate the feature.
Build customer trust
By using SSL certificates you actively fight against internet abuse. The result: greater trust from your customers and in turn more revenue.
The SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt are supported by all the usual internet browsers, e.g. Chrome, Safari or Firefox.
Our free SSL provides you with allround protection at minimum effort.
SSL certificates are only valid for a certain period of time. With us, your Let’s Encrypt certificates will renew themselves fully automatically.
By hosting with RAIDBOXES, you're indirectly supporting Let’s Encrypt's global initiative to make the internet a safer, faster and fairer place.
A+ rating by SSL Labs
The certificates and our server configurations were given the highest possible rating, A+, in an independent test by SSL Labs.
Perfect Forward Secrecy
Every single SSL session is secured additionally by a unique encryption key. A subsequent decryption of the data is not possible.
We use the latest best practice technologies for SSL encryption purposes, e.g. TLS 1.2, OCSP Stapling, HSTS and ALPN.
We support no less than the latest encryption algorithms like AES-128/256-GCM. Insecure algorithms, e.g. RC4, are deactivated by us.