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  • idlethreat

    SSL certs can be free. But, they're pretty low priced these days (<$50) anyway.

    Wildcard certs are basically for unlimited subdomains. Probably not going to be in Snapzu's use case for an API.

    • Kysol

      well if they were to put the API on api.snapzu.com, have a developer portal and so on they might branch into a few different subdomains, so rather than pay $35 odd per domain variation, I thought that I'd throw out the wildcard info since it's $150 I think I bought my last one for.

      If they go with Cloudflare, they basically get free SSL as well.

      • idlethreat

        okay. 150 is a lot less than when I looked at them last. They originally were going for 1500 bucks a pop. Did a quick check and the cheapest I found were 500 bucks. But, I don't shop for a whole lot of SSL certs- whenever I need one, I normally just get one from startssl, or use whatever company's cert I'm working with.