Installing Let’s Encrypt Free SSL/TLS Certificate on Nginx

Want to encrypt traffic to your website or blog on Nginx using SSL/TLS certificate for free? Apparently using SSL/TLS on your websites is very important to Google and other search engines. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to use Let’s Encrypt free SSL/TLS certificates to encrypt traffic to your websites running on Nginx webservers

We currently use Let’s Encrypt certificates on all our websites and blogs. They’re free and work pretty much like any other certificates from other certificate providers.

When you want to install and use Let’s Encrypt certificates for your websites running Nginx, continue with the steps below:

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Setting Up LetsEncrypt on Ubuntu 17.04 for Apache2

LetsEncrypt is an opensource certificate authority that provides millions of websites free and trusted SSL certificates. Using its automated scripts, webmasters can encrypt traffic to and from their websites and blogs without spending a dime.

This brief tutorial is going to show you how to enable or setup LetsEncrypt certificates on Ubuntu servers for Apache2 web servers.

When setup properly, you’ll never have to purchase another SSL certificate again. Your websites and blogs will be fully SSL-enabled free of charge!

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How to Use Let’s Encrypt on Apache2

Let’s encrypt is becoming popular.. how do you install it with Apache2?

This can be accomplished in many ways and there are many certificate categories to choose from.

However, all TLS/SSL certificates have the same goal – to protect sensitive information communicated across the network.

This brief tutorial is going to show you the easiest way to accomplish this without costing you anything.

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