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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 […]

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

Prelude Goal We want to obtain wildcard certificates from Let’s Encrypt ACME v2. We want to verify ourselves using DNS, specifically the dns-01 method, because DNS verification doesn’t interrupt your web server and it works even if your server is unreachable from the outside world. The DNS provider is Azure DNS. Ingredients Microsoft Azure subscription […]

Tumblr SSL available for custom domains + Twitter news

Might be old news, but I noticed this just now. The CA is, of course, Let’s Encrypt. Kudos to them for providing free certs to the world! I quickly enabled it on this site – then realized I was dumb enough to insert all images with http://. So I had to update all those friggin’ […]

The Let’s Encrypt client becomes Certbot

Some time ago the folks at Let’s Encrypt announced that there’ll be some rebranding and stuff. It seems that has materialized just now with EFF’s announcement of Certbot: Announcing Certbot: EFF’s Client for Let’s Encrypt This should be really just a rebranding, no radical underlying changes. They’ve also set up a nice website for the […]

Automatic renewals with Let’s Encrypt

Let’s Encrypt certificates rely heavily on automation. For this reason, I decided to write a bunch of scripts to do this job for me. You can reach the stuff here: le-renew @ GitHub So after you’ve installed Let’s Encrypt, you can just: git clone https://github.com/bviktor/le-renew.git cd le-renew ./le-renew.sh This stuff allows you to automate the […]

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 […]