How to Enable SSL on Tumblr, WordPress, Blogger, AppEngine, Posterous & More...

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SSL on Custom Domains for AppEngine and Other Cloud Services

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*Note: this post is depricated. While it worked for a while, AppEngine made a change on their side that caused it to break. Rather than playing wack-a-mole with a brittle solution, we decided to create something that would work for the long term and across a wider range or services.

Zone Apex / Naked Domain / Root Domain CNAME Support for Amazon EC2, Google App Engine and Other Cloud Hosts

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CloudFlare now supports CNAME Flattening, which is a better solution to this same problem. Read more in our knowledge base about RFC-compliant support for CNAME at the root. One of the challenges of using a service like Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Cloud (EC2) is you need to point your