Is Lunarpages giving us SSL certificates? I see that a couple days ago, several .well-known/ and .well-known/pki-validation/ directories suddenly showed up on my site, along with some "ssl" names and such. Googling for information, I see on some other hosts they were rolling out Let's Encrypt certificates for their users, and creating such directories.
I hope to see a formal announcement on this soon. I would be delighted to get free SSL support, if that's what it is. I'm not happy, though, to see updates to my files and directories with no word what's going on. I had some cgi-bin/ files mysteriously update all by themselves a few weeks ago, and support claimed to have no idea what happened. After some back and forth, they admitted doing some server updates.I caught this because I do a weekly listing of my files and directories to see what's changed (looking for unauthorized changes) that might be hacks.
Update: after adding https to my .htaccess Hotlink Protection, I took my site for a spin on https and so far it appears to be OK. I still need to fix a couple of hard-coded http entries, and turn on http->https redirect once I get the word that SSL is fully enabled. Going through my .htaccess, I found RewriteCond's added at every rewrite to stop .cpaneldcv and .well-known/ URIs from being rewritten. I suspect that most of these are unnecessary (just cycles wasters, as they'll never be tripped), but I'd like to know exactly what the intent is before I remove most of them.