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Public Reporting Page – SSL Support Added

Starting from today you can now connect securely to our Public Reporting pages when using a CNAME record. This means that users will not see any SSL security related warnings when accessing these pages.

To utilize this feature you will need to be on our Superior, Business, or Enterprise plan. The change can be applied both for previously created and new Public Reporting pages. In order to set up your CNAME record correctly for this – you should simply point it to: uptimessl.statuscake.com

Once this is done you should see the access enabled within a few minutes, the first access attempt may take slightly longer than future attempts as this is when the SSL certificate is originally generated.

If you’d like to read more about CNAME for Public Reporting please check out our KnowledgeBase article here!

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