Do I Need An SSL Certificate For My Website, Part 2

Well, if you remember from my previous post about this, about 3 months ago I changed this website to an HTTPS website as a trial. During that time, I was able to see some of the problems with the “Free option” given by my server. Without added funds, it was a shared SSL. That SSL was not respected by a lot of the services such as RSS feeds etc… reported huge security issues for some browsers. I’ll be checking the RSS feeds to ensure those are back and functional, and testing on the remote computer I noticed gave a security warning to my website. You may subscribe to test it with my thanks and let me know you can see my website!

The experiment has ended, it may never return as I have no need (well, little need) of security beyond what I presently employ and keep updated, for multiple websites now! Welcome back to my HTTP website! Onward to bigger and better things! For a little while apparently, both HTTP and HTTPS will work, likely to give the search engines time to adjust.  And of today, 19 December 2017, at 8am on a Tuesday that experiment is fully removed! You can not use HTTPS to find this website anymore

Author: KenBonWNR

Jack of all trades, master of a few. I network in my macro community as a professional volunteer and now I'm trying my hand with professional blogging and offering design services to Non-Profits.