How to retain SSL from my hosting

Thanks fery much for answers.

Please tell me why ketoblog.ru I see SSL name “Let’s Encrypt”

But for rockford-carpet.com I see SSL name “CloudFlare, Inc.”

Both I switched on CloudFlare so why ketoblog.ru is not “CloudFlare, Inc.” ?

Please help me

What is your issue?

Cloudflare uses different CAs. There really is no issue.

I cant understand this:

Please tell me why ketoblog.ru I see SSL name “Let’s Encrypt”

But for rockford-carpet.com I see SSL name “CloudFlare, Inc.”

Both I switched on CloudFlare - so why ketoblog.ru is not “CloudFlare, Inc.” ?

What is CA ?

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=what+is+ca+https

So SSL “Let’s Encrypt” on my https://ketoblog.ru/ is referring to CloudFlare?

Yes. Exactly.

Please tell me - where can I check this fact out?

Your browser’s Dev Tools (F12 in Chrome) has a Network panel that shows you about the connection. In your case, the HTTPS connection is through Cloudflare.

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Thanks.

Please tell me - if I switch my domain on CloudFlare and get its SSL - do I need to set up any SSL on my hosting provider yet?

You should always have SSL on your hosting provider for full end-to-end encryption.

That too has been addressed already


Thanks

Please tell me - can I always remove this MX record. Nothing bad?

It says this MX exposes my origin IP. What may it mean for me?

You can delete it only if you don’t use email at your domain.

If I delete this MX - 100% letters will not be able to sent from domain email, right?

MX records are for receiving mail (inbound). It does not affect sending email from your domain.

Thanks
Please tell me should I remove this record if I am going to use this domain as PBN?