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Installing Nginx on CentOS 7 with Let’s Encrypt HTTPS certificates

First off, you need a CentOS instance. If you want to go the VPS route, I recommend Vultr. If you don’t have an account yet, I’d really appreciate if you could use my affiliate link when signing up 🙂 Once done, you also need an SSL certificate. Then you can use my script to do […]

Free Wildcard Certificates using Cloudflare, Let’s Encrypt and acme.sh

Preface I already covered Azure DNS, it’s time to cover Cloudflare, too. If you haven’t done so yet, sign up to Cloudflare (it’s free), and move your domain name to Cloudflare. Note: Cloudflare can (and in fact does, by default) proxy your website and generate SSL certificates for you automatically (which you can disable by […]

Let’s Encrypt now available via EPEL

That’s right folks, the Let’s Encrypt client has just been committed to EPEL! Now all you have to do on EL-based distros: yum update yum install letsencrypt letsencrypt certonly -d foo.bar -d www.foo.bar No more git clone, no more GCC, kernel headers, virtualenv and pip for letsencrypt-auto, it simply just works. The certs will be […]