Free SSL Service

Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority:

It’s free, automated, and open in Public Beta

More info here : https://letsencrypt.org/

Entering Public Beta

Dec 3, 2015 • Josh Aas, ISRG Executive Director We’re happy to announce that Let’s Encrypt has entered Public Beta. Invitations are no longer needed in order to get free certificates from Let’s Encrypt. It’s time for the Web to take a big step forward in terms of security and privacy. We want to see HTTPS become the default. Let’s Encrypt was built to enable that by making it as easy as possible to get and manage certificates. We’d like to thank everyone who participated in the Limited Beta. Let’s Encrypt issued over 26,000 certificates during the Limited Beta period. This allowed us to gain valuable insight into how our systems perform, and to be confident about moving to Public Beta. We’d also like to thank all of our sponsors for their support. We’re happy to have announced earlier today that Facebook is our newest Gold sponsor. We have more work to do before we’re comfortable dropping the beta label entirely, particularly on the client experience. Automation is a cornerstone of our strategy, and we need to make sure that the client works smoothly and reliably on a wide range of platforms. We’ll be monitoring feedback from users closely, and making improvements as quickly as possible. Instructions for getting a certificate with the Let’s Encrypt client can be found here. Let’s Encrypt Community Support is an invaluable resource for our community, we strongly recommend making use of the site if you have any questions about Let’s Encrypt. Let’s Encrypt depends on support from a wide variety of individuals and organizations. Please consider getting involved, and if your company or organization would like to sponsor Let’s Encrypt please email us at [email protected].

alright after setting up few of my web with this SSL and i can tell you it wasn't so easy at first try but i figure it out

so the process is simple after all

the tutorial is here : https://letsencrypt.readthedocs.org/...tsencrypt-auto

but let say you wanna get it from ragezone :)

my tutorial are made from centos7

cd /

git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt

wait till it done then

cd /letsencrypt

below are 2 commands for developper has to be installed in case you wish work on local machine ./bootstrap/install-deps.sh ./bootstrap/dev/venv.sh

info here https://letsencrypt.readthedocs.org/...tributing.html

next we ca start registering our domain Note : you can register 5 subdomain / domain every 7 days so be carefull for your first try (every inf are on the website and their forum)

all you have to do for register 1 domain is run that command

./letsencrypt-auto certonly --webroot -w /var/www/yourdomain.com/public/ -d www.yourdomain.com -d yourdomain.com

it will generate license into : /etc/letsencrypt/live/www.yourdomain.com/

if you wish to add more domain : do not add them on the same one do other command like :

./letsencrypt-auto certonly --webroot -w /var/www/yourdomain2.com/public/ -d www.yourdomain2.com -d yourdomain2.com

remember u can add only 5 max so in this case it will be like

./letsencrypt-auto certonly --webroot -w /var/www/yourdomain.com/public/ -d www.yourdomain.com -d yourdomain.com -d forum.yourdomain.com -d blog.yourdomain.com -d ftp.yourdomain.com

if you wish make more you have to wait 7 days before creating a new batch of command

well till now it's not so complicated the next step is how edit your httpd.conf file for match the ssl request

so in my case i go edit ssl.conf and add my ssl entry just like so

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