Really Simple SSL Pro automatically detects your settings and configures your website to work through https.
To make it easy, the parameters are minimized. The entire site will switch to SSL.
SSL certificate for website, what is it and why is it needed?
Perhaps you notice when you click on links in your browser (an Internet access program) that some web pages look like: “https://freewp.io” and some “https://freewp.io”
For the non-SSL version the data passes to the user over an unsecured channel, the second – conversely – the information travels over a secure and encrypted channel (SSL).
The first option is used for small Internet projects, such as blogs, small online stores, informational websites of companies. The latter is used for large portals and large-scale Internet resources or large commercial directories.
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Premium Features Really Simple SSL Pro
- Extensive scanning allows you to detect mixed content sources that cannot be corrected automatically, with the fix button
- Premium email support
- httpOnly to make cookies secure/encrypted
- Improve security by enabling HTTP Strict Transport Security for your site
- Submit your site to the HSTS preload list
- Easily implementable security headers: X-Content-Type-Options, X-XSS-Protection, X-Frame-Options, Expect-CT, Certificate Transparency, No Referrer When Downgrade header, Content Security Policy, Upgrade Insecure requests.
Changelog Really Simple SSL Pro Nulled Free
= v5.3.6 = * Improvement: new languages * Improvement: several small bug fixes and typo's = v126.96.36.199 = * Fix: roll back new license check = v5.3.4 = * Improvement: language files * Changed: license = 5.3.3 = * Removed credentialless from CORP setting as it caused some issues with embedded videos = 5.3.2 = * Fix: PHP <7 compatibility = v5.3.1 = * Improvement: fix site health still showing header notice if activated in pro * Improvement: set ssl verify to false on failed license check * Improvement: improved CORS settings = v5.3.0 = * Improvement: add support for report-to in CSP * Improvement: increase CSP display limit = v5.2.4 = * Improvement: feedback on not detected headers = 188.8.131.52 = * Fix: Rest API and pretty permalinks check inverted, causing false positive notification in dashboard about the permalink structure v5.2.2 * Fix: double quotes in php headers causing issues since recent browser updates = 5.2.1 = * Improvement: replaced admin notice on inactivate license * Improvement: move security headers above WP Rocket .htaccess rules to prevent compatibility issues * Improvement: enable auto updates * Improvement: Content Security Policy did not allow for wss:// and ws:// web socket protocol * Improvement: removed trailing slash from rest api * Improvement: added rsssl_pause_after_request_count filter to adjust request count on which CSP pauses * Improvement: fixed some reporting variations = 5.2.0 = * Improvement: changed PHP header option to dropdown * Improvement: remove unnecessary parameter in file scan * Improvement: request header origin sometimes returns null. Changing to 'host' resolves the Content Security Policy reporting API in those cases * Improvement: styling issue on scan UX = v5.1.0 = * Improvement: comment on multisite environments caused layout issue = v5.0 = * Updated translations = v4.1.11 = * Fix: for very long .htaccess files, support form in the plugin gave an invalid response. props Vincent = v4.1.10 = * Fix: typo in reset license key obfuscation * Translations update = v4.1.9 = * Improvement: 'none' or '*' attribute deprecated for Permissions Policy * Improvement: Content Security Policy for unsafe inline * Improvement: Interest Cohort added to permissions policy = v4.1.8 = * Fix: PHP headers were set with quotes, causing issues on some servers. * Fix: When switching from "enforce" to "paused", CSP headers were not removed * Improvement: generalized wrap_header function for more robust header generation * Improvement: disable remove .htaccess headers on activation of PHP headers. = v4.1.7 = * Moved secure cookies to free = 4.1.6 = * Improved WP Engine compatibility * Improved Content Security Policy, added option to revoke result from overview * Lowered Content Security Policy request limit = 4.1.5 = * Fix: set defaults firing even when dependency check not validated * Fix: Constant RSSSL_DOING_CSP not set when running the CSP API = 4.1.4 = * Improvement: Added report-paused mode to Content Security Policy generator. Reporting will now automatically pause after 200 requests to prevent high server load * Improvement: Further restricted access to Content Security Policy generator REST API calls * Fix: Default options won't be reconfigured after plugin deactivation/activation = 4.1.3 = * Made PHP header option available on all configurations * Improvement: wrap example code in comments = 4.1.2 = * Fix: File name in upgrade function = 4.1.1 = * Fix: condition for .htaccess writing in combination with do not edit .htaccess option = 4.1.0 = * New: PHP headers support for all security headers, autodetecting necessity for NGINX. * New: Changed feature policy into permissions policy. = 4.0.5 = * Improvement: 404 redirect check expiration set to one year when test is successful = 4.0.3 = * Fix: network settings link * Fix: multisite hsts preload option not saving * Improvement: License notifications. Differ between remaining activations when current site is activated, and when not. = 4.0.2 = * Improvement: exclude .htaccess from edits outside settings page = 4.0.1 = * Fix: decode license for support ticket * Fix: made some untranslatable strings translatable = 4.0.0 = * New user interface * Fix: transient stored with 'WEEK_IN_SECONDS' as string instead of constant * Improvement: notices dashboard, with dismissable notices * Improvement: improved naming of settings, and instructions * Improvement: new translations * Improvement: new fix options in scan * Fix: scan mixed content detection false positive * Improvement: removal of .htaccess lines and wpconfig lines on deactivation * Fix: CSP generation bug for some types * Fix: is_writable check on secure cookies write * Improvement: do not insert default security headers if SSL not enabled yet
If you want only a few specified sites to have SSL (https) and the rest to use non-SSL (http), use the Really Simple SSL Per Page plugin
Note: you have to really understand what you need, this is a plugin that supports nonSSL sites but wants SSL-enabled sites and vice versa.
To install this plugin:
- If you have the free Really Simple SSL plugin running, disable that first.
- Upload Really Simple SSL Per Page plugin
- On the “SSL pages” tab, you can now select the pages you want SSL for.
- If you have problems, please check this video.
Really Simple SSL per Page
If you only want a few pages on your site to have SSL, just one without SSL, this plugin provides that capability. In the settings you can add pages, posts or any post types or even custom post types you want to have SSL.
That’s why this Really Simple SSL per Page needs to be installed instead of Really Simple SSL and it’s not an add-on. You can watch a video tutorial to see how the plugin works. Take a look at this demo site to see how a website can switch between SSL and nonSSL with the help of this plugin.
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