[Dev] Use Let's Encrypt to create free and widely accepted SSL certs

fauno fauno at endefensadelsl.org
Sun Jan 24 15:50:00 GMT 2016

Tiberiu-Cezar Tehnoetic <tct at ceata.org> writes:

> On 24.01.2016 14:12, Charles E Roth wrote:
>> https://letsencrypt.org/
>> The project has automated generating SSL certs. It's a joint project of
>> Mozilla and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (which fights for privacy
>> on the internet)
>> I used it on my server and generated 3 certs (installed) in 5 minutes.
> Yes, me too at https://tehnoetic.com in the beginning of this week. My
> old certificate had just expired and I was a bit worried it's going to
> take long to generate a new one from Let's Encrypt, but in 10 minutes I
> followed the tutorial and had the certificate installed in nginx.
> https://letsencrypt.org/howitworks/
> I think that Parabola can get rid of the http landing page by using
> Let's Encrypt. :-)

it's been on my todo list for a while now, but i've been too busy to
dedicate time to parabola servers :(

if someone wants to beat me to it, i can give some advice on some let's
encrypt gotchas

selfdandi: http://vqfe4xmhxzi7w2uv.onion
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