Jakarta, ID – SKYCYBER.NET has introduced Free SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt with all their shared hosting plans with an official announcement as on Friday February 28, 2020.
Let’s Encrypt is a free open source alternative to traditional, commercial SSL certificates. It is absolutely free of cost and uses an automated domain-validated system (DV certificate) to issue security certificates. The goal of this open-source project is to make web browsing safer for all internet users by making data transfer encryption free, fast and accessible.

The key benefits of the Let’s Encrypt certificates are:
⦁    cost-free
⦁    easy installation
⦁    no validation emails are sent
⦁    no dedicated IP required (which is extra money)
⦁    trusted by all major browsers
⦁    auto renewable

On SKYCYBER.NET servers, you can now install Let’s Encrypt certificates for free through the cPanel of your hosting account. You can have multiple certificates installed on your account for each domain and subdomain you want. The certificates auto renew unless you choose to cancel them through the cPanel interface.

“We’re truly delighted to announce that SKYCYBER.NET now offers easy, unlimited, free SSL certificates to users on our web hosting plans,” said Head of Business Development – Utami Aulia, quoted in the press release. She further added, “By making SSL deployment a simple, easy to click process, we’re continuing to empower our users to focus valuable time and energy on their businesses and projects.”

SKYCYBER.NET will offer free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates with their shared hosted plans.

Users having any of above plans, will be able to install Let’s Encrypt free SSL certificate by logging to their control panel and with just a few clicks.


SKYCYBER.NET is a leading IT company, specializes in helping businesses to improve their business with a comprehensive range of products & services that includes BisnisKu ERP/CRM, web hosting and design, Cloud Hosting, e-commerce solution, domain name registration, SSL certificates and much more.


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