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You already get an SSL Certificate free with all Siteground hosting plans, so what can be better? We’re excited to let you know that as of today SiteGround customers can install free Let’s Encrypt Wildcard certificates for all domain names hosted with them. This is an additional option on top of the automatic issuance of the standard Let’s Encrypt certificate that they’ve provided with all their hosting plans since 2016. What is the Wildcard SSL? The Wildcard significantly simplifies the management of websites with multiple subdomains since a single SSL covers the primary domain together with all of its subdomains.

What is Wildcard SSL

The Wildcard SSL encrypts the traffic for your primary domain and all of its subdomains (e.g., as opposed to the standard SSL that can only be installed on a single domain. This is particularly useful for websites with different sections divided by subdomains (like online stores, websites with message boards, chats, multi-language websites, etc). Instead of having different certificates for each of your subdomains, you can now encrypt all of them with a single SSL, making it easier to set up and maintain websites with multiple subdomains.

How To Get a Let’s Encrypt Wildcard SSL Certificate FREE

First, CLICK HERE to set up your website and domain with SiteGround. SiteGround continues to install the standard Let’s Encrypt certificate on any of their hosting packages for every new domain name.

Next, upgrade your existing standard Let’s Encrypt certificates or install new Wildcard ones in the Let’s Encrypt Tool, located in your cPanel. All Let’s Encrypt Wildcard certificates and installations are absolutely free. Seriously. You guys rock.

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