Cloudflare offers comprehensive tools, but there are other options to consider that might better suit your specific needs. In this guide, we’ll explore the best alternatives to Cloudflare SSL, Firewall (WAF), and CDN services to improve website security and performance.
This guide describes how to install Cloudflare SSL for your website running on the OpenLiteSpeed web server.
Assuming you have already set up your website and domain with OpenLiteSpeed, now you can follow the steps below to install the Cloudflare SSL certificate for your domain.
In this guide, we will install the Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate for a domain. Here, we assume your website is running on an Apache server in Ubuntu. Here, we will make use of “snap” which is a bundle of an app with its dependencies that can work across many different Linux distributions without modification. Also, we will install “certbot” using snap.
WordPress is the most popular and open-source content management system (CMS) for building your websites. Since it’s open-source, anyone can contribute to it and there are many themes and plugins available that make it important to know the common security issues around it.
In this guide, we explain how to install and configure the Cloudflare SSL certificate on cPanel-based hosting like GoDaddy.
In the previous article, we described How to Setup Cloudflare SSL and Configure Origin Certificate for Apache. Now, if you have an SSL certificate active on your domain, then you may want to force all requests to https. In this guide, you will learn how to force redirect incoming requests from http to https in Apache and Nginx web server.
In this guide, we will set up Cloudflare SSL and configure the Origin Certificate for the Apache server. Follow the simple steps to install SSL on your website.