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Let's Encrypt Wildcard Certificates

B. Kp shared this idea 11 months ago
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As a web hosting provider I would like cPanel to add support for Let's Encrypt's Wildcard SSL certificates to AutoSSL when it becomes available (currently slated for January of 2018), to make it easier for me to manage my client's SSL certificates, and to negate the need to issue multiple SSLs to cover all of my subdomains.

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Hey all! Just a quick update: this isn't likely to get much attention until at least early 2019, but keep adding votes! As soon as there's any forward motion we'll be back to let you know.

Comments (6)

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This is a great idea!

I have a few WordPress multi sites and it would be GREAT if all sub domains automatically have a SSL certificate of Lets Encrypt installed!

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ACME V2 is now supported for free. It is great impovement to enable this option.

https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/acme-v2-and-wildcard-certificate-support-is-live/55579

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I am eagerly waiting this feature to be added.

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This has now been released and we are getting customer feedback asking for it. We would love to see an ETA on this! Thanks.

If others agree please chime in and let's get this voted up!

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Hey all! Just a quick update: this isn't likely to get much attention until at least early 2019, but keep adding votes! As soon as there's any forward motion we'll be back to let you know.

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I would love to see this too, for the same reason as @Mau4. This would be super helpful for us users who have Wordpress Multisite!