Setting up HTTPS with Let's Encrypt

Chrome 68, due in July 2018, will mark all non-HTTPS sites as insecure. Instead of buying a certificate it seemed like an apt opportunity to use Let’s Encrypt, a free and automated Certificate Authority. It’s easy enough to get started with Certbot supporting most platforms. Getting started By far the easiest way of getting started is if you have access to the web content directory. Certbot will generate a file in a well known path and handle the handshaking process between Let’s Encrypt and the website to verify the websites identity. [Read More]