Revision history for UsingCertbotAndLetsEncryptOnCentos6


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Last edited on 2016-06-01 15:15:18 by ShaunC
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Encryption helps keep your information secure while you're online, and it can prevent malicious users from eavesdropping on your personal and private communications. The most visible type of encryption on the internet is [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security|TLS]], still commonly referred to as SSL. This encryption protects everyday activities like accessing Gmail, checking your credit card statement, or shopping at your favorite online retailer. Visitors to your cooking blog or your bowling league's website deserve this protection, too. Some search engines even give a rank boost to SSL-enabled sites, so there are multiple benefits to encryption.
====Step 6: Redirecting visitors to your HTTPS website ====-----
==== Step 7: Dealing with ""VirtualHosts"" ==== -----
==== Step 8: Setting up automatic certificate renewal ====-----
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Encryption helps keep your information secure while you're online, and it can prevent malicious users from eavesdropping on your personal and private communications. The most visible type of encryption on the internet is [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security|TLS]], still commonly referred to as SSL. This encryption protects everyday activities like accessing Gmail, checking your credit card statement, or shopping at your favorite online retailer. Visitors to your cooking blog or your bowling league's website deserve this protection, too.
==== Step 6: Dealing with ""VirtualHosts"" ==== -----
==== Step 7: Setting up automatic certificate renewal ====-----


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Edited on 2016-06-01 14:57:28 by ShaunC
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%%[root@menthol conf.d]# grep SSLCert ssl.conf | grep etc
%%[root@menthol conf.d]# grep SSLCert ssl.conf | grep etc
%%[root@menthol conf.d]# apachectl configtest
[root@menthol conf.d]# apachectl restart%%
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%%[root@menthol tmp.d]# grep SSLCert ssl.conf | grep etc
%%[root@menthol tmp.d]# grep SSLCert ssl.conf | grep etc
%%[root@menthol tmp.d]# apachectl configtest
[root@menthol tmp.d]# apachectl restart%%


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Edited on 2016-06-01 14:55:04 by ShaunC
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scp /tmp/menthol-etc-letsencrypt.tgz you@otherhost.example.com:/backups/
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scp /tmp/menthol-etc-letsencrypt.tgz you@some.example.com:/backups/menthol-etc-letsencrypt.tgz


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Edited on 2016-06-01 14:51:13 by ShaunC
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Finally, it's time to enter the domain name (or subdomain) for which you'd like to request an SSL certificate. Do not include "http:""//""" here. While the GUI supports entering multiple domains (or subdomains) at one time, this guide assumes a single entry for the time being. Enter your domain (or subdomain) and press Enter.
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Finally, it's time to enter the domain name (or subdomain) for which you'd like to request an SSL certificate. Do not include "http:""//""" here. While the GUI supports entering multiple domains (or subdomains) at one time, but this guide assumes a single entry for the time being. Enter your domain (or subdomain) and press Enter.


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Edited on 2016-06-01 14:43:51 by ShaunC
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~- ##certbot-auto## is a shell script provided by EFF that automates many of the steps involved in using Certbot. It will install Certbot and its dependencies for you, step you through the process of obtaining your SSL certificate(s), and handle automated renewal of your certificate(s). It also automatically updates Certbot (and itself), so you always have the most recent version. This is the tool you'll be running.
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~- ##certbot-auto## is a shell script provided by EFF that automates many of the steps involved in using Certbot. It will install Certbot and its dependencies for you, step you through the process of obtaining your SSL certificate(s), and handle automated renewal of your certificate(s). This is the tool you'll be running.


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