I am using SSL with a CloudFlare Certificate but I the site is insecure for https


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I am using a Cloudflare certificate.

I checked your website. It’s currently pointing directly at our servers using our nameservers. I don’t see any traces of Cloudflare there.

I also see you’ve successfully installed a Let’s Encrypt certificate already.

So do you still experience this problem? Please make sure to open the site in private browsing mode too, Chrome and derivatives tend to cache SSL certificates for some time.

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Well, just a few hours ago I changed it to Let’s Encrypt.
2 days ago it was Cloudflare but it was not secure…
I also tried the site on multiple devices and private mode but it still said it was insecure with the Cloudflare certificate.
I am switching back to Cloudflare because Let’s Encrypt only allows for 2 months while Cloudflare allows for 15 years max.

If you want, we can check it. But then please setup Cloudflare and leave it there while your support topic is in progress. We can’t help you fix something if you immediately tear everything down before anyone has had a change to look at it.

While Let’s Encrypt certificates are only valid for three months, they can be renewed unlimited times. The only thing it costs is a bit of your time every 2-3 months to request and install the new certificate. But if you leave the CNAME records there, this can be done within 10 minutes or so.


Ok. Well my site is on Cloudflare right now but for some reason when I go to https://quartzwarrior.ga, it works fine, secure and all, but when I go to https://www.quartzwarrior.ga, it is insecure again. Also, you can check it that would be nice. Also I have set up all the Cloudflare stuff now.

Also, what webserver does InfinityFree use? Like nginx or apache.

No issue for me.
You need to clr browser cache


How exactly do I clr browser cache?
Do you mean clear by clr?
Also, I fixed the certificate problem!

press CTRL + F5

Windows and Linux browsers: CTRL + F5
Apple Safari: SHIFT + Reload toolbar button
Chrome and Firefox for Mac: CMD + SHIFT + R


Oh ok ty

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