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  1. Trevor Nelmes

    Let’s hope that the list only includes those who offer it for free, as Let’s Encrypt is now free and even cPanel support it. One of my clients (foolishly) signed up for SlowDaddy WordPress hosting and has been quoted an extra $80 a year.

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  2. Tada Burke

    Nice article Jeff Chandler. Lets Encrypt is better than 360 VR at a Drone convention. Melikey.

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  3. Garikai Dzoma

    Isn’t it also high time WordPress changed its password hashing from md5 to something better?

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  4. Jeremy

    Excellent, I completely agree with this Jeff. We started implementing php7 and lets encrypt earlier this year. That’s the ideal anyway, there have been times where various plugins had issues with php7 or ssl was a problem due to external content feeds and such but definitely aiming for it as a standard.

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  5. Furquan Ahmed

    I think it’s one of the best decision taken by WordPress. Ultimately its force all hosting company to offer SSL even for small hosting plan

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  6. Suanlian Tangpua

    Good article! I really love Let’s Encrypt.

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