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Aytekin Tank

Aytekin Tank is founder of JotForm. He currently leads the JotForm development team. He loves to hear from JotForm users. Feel free to shoot him an email at aytekin at

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Secure Submissions with JotForm

All Forms Including Free Accounts Are Now Secure

It’s always exciting to share great news. Today, we get to share great news for all JotForm users. All links and embed codes on our new Publish user interface are secure by default. In conjunction with this, we no longer limit our free users to just 10 secure submissions. All form submissions, whether secure or regular, will be counted the same.

Oftentimes form submissions will contain relatively innocuous information, and many developers may not take the time to set up a secure connection. SSL submissions are slightly more resource intensive to process. But the upside of 100% secure submissions far outweighs a nominal increase in processing time.

If you’re running a survey about people’s favorite type of cake, there’s usually no need to guard that data. But if you’re collecting email addresses, or even more personal information, you really don’t want it transferring across the open internet. With JotForm, you can keep it safe.

This change primarily affects our users on our starter plan, who were previously limited to 10 SSL submissions a month. All other users always had access to just as many secure submissions as non secure. But, previously the default embed code was the non-secure option. In order to take advantage of the secure submissions, you need to use the secure embed code or secure permanent link to your form.

On JotForm’s new interface, you can find the secure publish codes here.

Publish Secure JotForm

Some users are still on the older interface. This document shows how to get the SSL embed codes on the original JotForm interface. To that end, we’re in the process of revamping the JotForm form builder, piece by piece and rolling it out to only some of our users at a time.

Secure submissions by default are just another way JotForm gives the best to its users. Now you can know that your form responses are more secure than ever, by always using SSL form submissions.


  • MissRodeoAmerica

    We are just wondering if there are still pay accounts for jot form and what you get with them?

  • Di_Santinni

    Muito bom, adorei.
    Super recomendo, dar para montar vários relatórios e após salvar em excel.

  • Tim

    This is an answer to prayer. Thanks so much!

  • seanysean


  • mai2may

    Thank you guys so much...

  • streetdirectorycom

    You guys rock!

  • frigosogutma

    Thanks admin

  • a2034487

    Great 'The SSL Limits on Free Accounts are Lifted' ... but they are still limited to 100, because free accounts are max 100 submissions. Although it sounds great 'All users can use as many secure form submissions as they like', in reality that means 'max 100'

  • ubany

    Thank you for your good works

  • andrewford

    Yea! You all are awesome!

  • yongki

    thank you very much

  • C4_

    Can anyone help me i want creat form

  • hollywooddj

    You guys rock!

  • thruviewfinder

    What about the payment submission? Is it still limited to 10 payments per month?



  • globalrapdemand

    you guys are the best I will be upgrading soon

  • opstodo

    i love jotform very much..!!!

  • w1ambiance

    thank you

  • workeasyjob

    Fantastic. This is monumental and will be loving this for sure.

    Thank you ever so much. JotForm rocks!!!!

  • bto09

    Does this include CNAME domain forms??

  • lekhoa288

    Thanks you!I love jotform...

  • rschaevitz

    This is absolutely great. However, for some reason my SSL is limited to 100 despite my Free Submissions being 160. Shouldn't the Free SSL follow the total Free Submissions we have available? Otherwise, there was no point in sharing on Facebook and Twitter to get those additional submissions.

  • eiermann

    Hi there, I was wondering if it would be save to replace all my forms urls on the website from…. with Or may I run into issues doing this? Is it possible that the URL changes to I tried a few forms and they all work with https in front. Just want to make sure this will work with all forms without the need to change any URLs. Thanks in advance! Chris

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  • Laurels

    Awesome guys. I have only recently met you guys but I love already.

  • TaoCultural

    Tanks for your work!

  • zappywappy


  • proworksrs

    Your always the best

  • Krossgold

    Thanks so much.
    You are an answer to prayers.

  • svyatov

    you guys are awesome!!! this service is great!

  • WideScenes

    Hi There, I notice that you now offer unlimted SSL on free accounts, as I was paying $9.95 a month for SSL. I have now just down graded to the FREE version. Thanks for the great product.

  • EKN

    Hello. This is a Good News. Thank You for ever =D

  • ethicre

    Yay!!! Thank you!

  • oasismed

    Thanks so much

  • davidmiles98

    Just to confirm, if I use the default embed code to place the form on page on my website that isn't secure (just http), is the form still considered secure?

  • Raj Zavery

    Adding to previous posts concern Is the secure form still as secure if it's embedded on a website that doesn't have ssl or https designation in its URL

  • mccoymade

    which type of SSL are you running?

    Domain Validated certificates (DV), Organization Validated certificate (OV) or Extended Validation certificates (EV).

    Is it 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL?


  • Mimich

    Hi I am using the iframe embedding option with a stripe form. My website doesn't use ssl is it still secure? Thank you

  • Blaick

    That's wonderful news! Thank you so much, you are the best =)

  • wattever

    I'm using the Wordpress plugin to display a feedback form on my https site but the feedback form is still using http references and so tyhe brower complains that parts of my site are not secure. Is there an updated Wordpess plugin with the https URL or can I make that change to the plugin code myself? Thanks

  • wattever

    Thanks. I've just incorporated the https Feedback Button code into one of the Wordpress theme pages and it's working fine on my site

  • picocarerx

    Is there any way we can upgrade to a TLS v1 instead of the SSL v3 certificate?

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