Every Greendock Wordpress Site comes with a free SSL certificate for better security and SEO.
Ready with a single click
With just a few clicks, you can install a SSL certificate powered by our friends at Let’s Encrypt for the low, low price of zero cents. No need to bounce back and forth between Greendock and a third party provider – you can get world-class hosting and encryption all under one roof with our built-in Simple SSL integration!
Free SSL Letsencrypt Wordpress Hosting - only with Greendock
Let's Encrypt & Greendock
Our super speedy WordPress platform and Let’s Encrypt™’s free SSL certificates work together to give your site a nice boost in both SEO and security. With our powers combined, your site(s) will be better than ever — which is great news for your bottom line!
Super easy installation
The easiest way to add Let’s Encrypt’s free SSL certificates to your WordPress site is by signing up with Greendock. If you’re hosting your site with us, your SSL is available at zero cost to you and can be installed with just a few quick clicks. If you need special SSL certificates, like wildcard or EV, you can still bring your own certificate, too!
Better security - Free of Charge
SSL (short for "secure socket layer") is known best by two obvious indicators that pop up in the URL bar when it’s installed: the green padlock and https://. If a visitor sees these two things, they know that their info is being encrypted and they can freely interact with the site without worry.
Why Let's Encrypt ?
Let's Encrypt is a certificate authority that launched on April 12, 2016that provides free X.509 certificates for Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption via an automated process designed to eliminate the current complex process of manual creation, validation, signing, installation, and renewal of certificates for secure websites.
On April 21, 2016, 44 days after issuing its millionth certificate, Let's Encrypt issued its 2 millionth certificate. By June 3, 2016, Let's Encrypt issued over 4 million certificates. As of June 22, 2016, Let's Encrypt has issued over 5 million certificates, of which 3.8 million are unexpired and unrevoked. Their active certificates cover more than 7 million unique domains, in part due to support by large hosting companies. On September 9, 2016, they had issued over 10 million certificates, by November 27, 2016 they had issued over 20 million, and by December 2016, 24 million. On June 28, 2017, they announced that they've issued 100 million certificates.