Lego – LetsEncrypt client

Lego is a Let’s Encrypt client and ACME library written in Go. https://github.com/go-acme/lego Install Lego To install go to the release page, download the latest version.

Create SSL certificate To create an SSL certificate, run

Renew SSL certificate To renew the SSL certificate, stop the webserver

Now run

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Install LetsEncrypt in CentOS 7

certbot deprecated support for CentOS 7, so new version of certbot-auto script won’t work on CentOS 7. To install certbot (letsencrypt command line tool), run

To run it, use command

See LetsEncrypt […]

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Install LetsEncrypt SSL on Bitnami

NOTE: bitnami provides a tool to install SSL, it is better to use the tool to install SSL. You can see more info on page How to install LetsEncrypt SSL on Bitnami WordPress Server To install LetsEncrypt SSL on bitnami wordpress server, install letsencrypt with

Stop apache web server with

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Nginx Proxy SSL Verification

When using Nginx as reverse proxy, you may need to handle SSL verification request. Passing this request to backend server may not do any good as back end servers normally only handle application. To hanlde SSL validation request, use following Nginx Configuration

Now restart Nginx

You can get SSL with following letsencrypt command […]

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certbot certificates

To list all letsencrypt SSL certificates, run

Example

letsencrypt […]

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Enable LetsEncrypt SSL in ISPConfig

Login to ISPConfig at https://your-server-ip:8080 On main menu, click on “Sites”. It will show all available web sites on your server. Click on the domain on which you need LetsEncrypt SSL installed. On Next page, click the check boxes “SSL” and “LetsEncrypt”. Click “Save” button. In few minutes you will get SSL installed on your […]

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