The Let’s Encrypt™ plugin allows you to automatically provision cPanel accounts with Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates for sites that do not already have valid CA-signed SSL certificates.
WordPress users with no cPanel check this article
To install the plugin, perform the following steps:
- Log in to the command line via SSH as the
- Run the following command:
To disable and uninstall the Let’s Encrypt plugin, run the
To select Let’s Encrypt as an AutoSSL provider, use WHM’s Manage AutoSSL interface (Home >> SSL/TLS >> Manage AutoSSL).
Upgrade now to get AutoSSL
AutoSSL is only available on version 58 and above. Since cPanel & WHM version 56 is the last version to support CentOS5 & 32-bit operating systems, this feature won’t be available for CentOS5. If you want AutoSSL, it’s time to migrate to a new operating system! The good news is that the Transfer Tool now makes it easier than ever to migrate all of your system configurations and cPanel accounts. If you haven’t already, definitely take a look!
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