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New SSL Cert provider, expect some glitches for a bit...

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I was using a site that provided free SSL certs for the forums, all I had to do was renew it every month. However, it looks like they've switched some things up and want money now, which is fine, but I'm running a free service here, and the only thing I'm paying for is the domain name. ANYWAY.....I'm going to give cloudflare a shot for a while. I trust them, as should you because they offer amazing services. If 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1 sound familiar, that's these guys. Plus it looks like I won't have to manually renew my SSL certs, which is a huge plus for me.  :113:

I say give it 24 hours or so, and the tiny random glitches here and there should clear up. I'm thinking CloudFlare needs to gather cache on the site in order for it to be secured, IDK. I just act like I know these things. :106:
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Okay, so it's been well over 24 hours which should be more than enough time to iron out any cache issues with CloudFlare, and things still haven't gotten better.The forums have been laggy and slow to get going, and some images get blocked for no good reason. SO....I'm reverting back to the way things were, just with a new SSL cert provider. Hopefully SSL For Free won't go the way of ZeroSSL, I don't mind having to renew every 90 days if it means performance and functionality will be what they should be. :113: