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Discussion in 'Domains, DNS, Email & SSL Certificates' started by RoldanLT, Dec 7, 2015.
Why bother with shell commands when you can do it vi web
More info: Get HTTPS for free!
does it work?
I just tested, and YES it works .
Just needs a basic shell command to run.
wow - clever. Shouldn't of shown that to @eva2000 - he's worked his butt off on the SSL LetsEncrypt stuff
Yeah saw that one before but doesn't support auto renewals. Letsencrypt SSL certificates have 90 day expiry
Above is still manual work unlike my integration which will be automated with auto renewal in place
Just out of curiosity @RoldanLT
why did you stop using https on your phcorner site?
I didn't stop.
But I still have it as an option only, not forced.
I have to support older system, older browser.
Aren't you worried about this George? @eva2000
my winxp user traffic is <1.6% overall with low average on page time https://community.centminmod.com/posts/21440/ so not affected much
this current month winxp stands at ~0.878%
how do people with old machines access Google then when it's always https?
No, google isn't always https.
Google will only serve http to those do not support https I think.
And they have very old compatibility cipher suite.
they're able to serve older ssl certs to older browsers which apache 2.4 can do as well with dual ssl certificate support. Nginx has it on their roadmap for 1.9.x Roadmap – nginx