I’m becoming more aware of what I pay GoDaddy to host the website, and they wanted another $79 to add SSL.  I need to add that because I’m getting questions about the ‘Not Secure’ warning that Google tagged me with.

That made me do research and learn more about coding – and I resent that. I really don’t want to learn any more about coding than I’ve already forgotten. I found a way (through Google and YouTube, it pains me to say) to add the required security in the least painful way, and expect to lose the scarlet letter tagging in a day or so.

I’m adding SSL to the website using CloudFlare, which will sit right on top of my GoDaddy site without having to spend $79 to add SSL through GoDaddy. It’s a shared SSL and I really don’t know what that means other than mission accomplished.

When it comes time to renew my DOMAIN hosting, I may even find it to be less expensive with CloudFlare.

Without adding this feature, google would eventually block my site out entirely. Kind of makes sense, so I took care of it.

Look for a seamless change in the next few days if I’ve done this correctly.

Fly Safe.

Frank

By fdorrin

Recently rated Gulfstream 280 pilot, working on instructor qualifications. WestWind and Astra corporate jet flight instructor. Contract corporate pilot. Own and operate a PA30 Twin Comanche. CFII; MEI; ME-ATP; SES; Typed in DHC-8, B-25, IAI-1124, IAI1125, G100, G280. Retired engineer / executive - Delmarva Power, Conectiv Energy, and PEPCO Holdings, Inc.