I'm currently using certificates installed by cPanel AutoSSL (certificates are from Comodo) which works perfectly except the certificates are identified as the server, not the domain. See update below. I've tried installing LetsEncrypt several times without success using various methods including certbot, without success. I've just read in another thread about GetSSL and I'm wondering if it's worth continuing the struggle. The major question for me is are the certificates from LetsEncrypt true domain certificates? The server is CENTOS 7.5 with WHM and cPanel. According to the 2016 cPanel post regarding AutoSSL at cPanel & WHM's AutoSSL | cPanel Blog it's supposed to be installing domain certificates: Extremely easy to set up and maintain. But... browsers and FileZilla see them as server-based not domain-based. See update below. cPanel also stated in that blog post: Well, I'm now up to WHM version v70.0.51 and I still don't see LetsEncrypt. Thoughts? Suggestions? Update: Well, I've been wrestling with this issue off and on for quite a while now on the back burner. In the interim, I've migrated to a new Hivelocity dedicated server, and it appears either the hosting change or cPanel updates has resolved the issue. Chrome was always the most critical when it came to this and now when I check a domain using AutoSSL Chrome tells me the certificate is in fact issued to that domain, not to the server. I'm not sure when this happens but I think that resolves the problem for me - unless I'm missing something.