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    how do I instruct my would be web server to encrypt a file before sending it, say my website has sensitive data, unfortunately there is no magic encrypt button on godaddy

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    https://ca.godaddy.com/web-security/ssl-certificate

    Now, if you're talking about say password-protecting a download...different beast entirely.
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    Don't pay for it. https://letsencrypt.org

    And if you're thinking free = maybe not secure, it's free because companies like Mozilla, Google, Facebook, etc., donate money to foot the bill.
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    so if I opt for one of these encriptions all files requested from my site are automagically encrypted?

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    No. All files that you choose to send to others securely are encrypted. That may or may not be all of the files on your site. That's really up to you.
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    So how do I choose which files to encrypt?

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    Welcome to the next step in your journey to becoming a developer - developer documentation: https://letsencrypt.org/docs/

    With the skills you've picked up, this will become all you will ever need.
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