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All UserEcho customers' portals switched to HTTPS

Sergey Stukov (co-founder) 3 months ago • updated by Alexander Blach 2 months ago 1

Use HTTPS on your own domain could have been since the launch of the service. However, this option had a clear disadvantage: we could not use your primary SSL certificate for your domains to encrypt the connection (https://). Therefore, they suggested connecting the certificates of customers for a fee, since everything was done in manual mode. Now this process is fully automated.



Now after connecting your domain (creating a CNAME record and specifying the desired domain in the UserEcho settings), we automatically generate an SSL certificate through Let's Encrypt. This is very convenient, because you do not need to: buy a certificate, pay for its installation and wait for us to connect it.