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  1. Hi, I signed up last night for the free hosting, and have migrated a couple of domains today. Just wanted to see if anyone has managed to successfully use SSL on the free hosting. I read up about the LetsEncrypt block after having issues with that, so tried Comodo's free offering instead. I've got the Comodo certificate installed which works on some browsers nicely, but am seeing issues with other browsers (including an outright refusal to visit on my phone) for security reasons. These are caused by the server only having the certificate and not intermediate ones (to link my certificate cleanly to the trusted certificates the browser holds). The server is missing these: Sectigo RSA Domain Validation Secure Server CAFingerprint SHA256: 7fa4ff68ec04a99d7528d5085f94907f4d1dd1c5381bacdc832ed5c960214676Pin SHA256: 4a6cPehI7OG6cuDZka5NDZ7FR8a60d3auda+sKfg4Ng=RSA 2048 bits (e 65537) / SHA384withRSAUSERTrust RSA Certification AuthorityFingerprint SHA256: 1a5174980a294a528a110726d5855650266c48d9883bea692b67b6d726da98c5Pin SHA256: x4QzPSC810K5/cMjb05Qm4k3Bw5zBn4lTdO/nEW/Td4=RSA 4096 bits (e 65537) / SHA384withRSA I raised a ticket with support, but just got a reply back saying "intermediate certificates are not supported on free hosting". This obviously now draws into questions whether the free package is usable, given HTTPS is a must for security (and search engines will downgrade any references without it), and I can't run a certificate on my site that results in some browsers blocking the site completely. Has anyone found a provider where Byet servers have all the intermediate certificates they needed? Jay
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