Domains that get lots of https traffic will get an SSL certificate.
Domain name parking company ParkingCrew is now generating SSL certificates for domain names and serving traffic over https once the domains meet a certain threshold.
Parking companies are struggling to figure out how to cope with browser updates that mark sites as ‘not secure’ if they don’t have an SSL certificate. For example, Last year Undeveloped.com created a solution to issue SSL certificates for domain names.
ParkingCrew won’t issue a certificate for all domains. Instead, it will monitor for how much traffic the domain gets over https to determine which domains need them. If there’s a lot of https traffic hitting the domain, then an SSL certificate will be issued and traffic will be served over https for a period of time.
As an example, an expired domain name that used to have a website secured with SSL may receive inbound traffic from https:// links.
Customers must use ParkingCrew’s nameservers in order to use SSL.