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Letsencrypt Free SSL Certificates by Let’s Encrypt via Web Generator w/out using the Shell

Discussion in 'Domains, DNS, Email & SSL Certificates' started by rdan, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. rdan

    rdan Premium Member Premium Member

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    Why bother with shell commands when you can do it vi web :D
    More info: Get HTTPS for free!
     
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    does it work?
     
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    I just tested, and YES it works :D.
    Just needs a basic shell command to run.
     
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    wow - clever. Shouldn't of shown that to @eva2000 - he's worked his butt off on the SSL LetsEncrypt stuff :eek:
     
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    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 :D
     
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    Just out of curiosity @RoldanLT

    why did you stop using https on your site?
     
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    I didn't stop.
    But I still have it as an option only, not forced.
    I have to support older system, older browser.
     
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    Aren't you worried about this George? @eva2000
     
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    how do people with old machines access Google then when it's always https?
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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