After you set up your Cloudflare protection at Hostinger, you'll be able to manage basic Cloudflare settings through hPanel: just open HostingManageCloudflare:

If your domain is already pointed to Cloudflare, in hPanel you will be able to perform these actions:

  1. SSL / Encrypt communication and Security levels

    1. Adjust your SSL Encryption settings

    2. Security level determines which visitors will receive a “Cloudflare is checking your browser” page. We recommend keeping it on Normal all the time and changing it to Under Attack only when you are under a DDoS attack

  2. Button to Enable or Disable Cloudflare. It’s highly recommended to keep it enabled all the time. However, if Cloudflare is having maintenance, and your website is having accessibility issues, disabling Cloudflare will bring it back online. You will also see your Cloudflare nameservers here

  3. Subdomains - opportunity to protect your subdomains with Cloudflare as well. Learn more how to use Cloudflare with subdomains

  4. Purge Cache - button to quickly clear Cloudflare cacheit's still possible to use Cloudflare with subdomains

  5. Universal SSL - button to enable and disable Universal SSL. We recommend keeping it always enabled to ensure uninterrupted work of your website

What are SSL / Encrypt communication levels?

Encryption type

Connection between the visitor and Cloudflare

Connection between Cloudflare and webserver

Used with

Off

Not secured

Not secured

-

Flexible

Secured

Not secured

SSL Certificates provided by Cloudflare

Full (recommended)

Secured

Secured but not authenticated

Lifetime SSL, self-signed SSL, other external SSLs

Full (strict)

Secured

Secured and authenticated

Lifetime SSL, other external SSLs except for self-signed SSL

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