CTS GMBH, 2017. — 44 p. — (CTS SOLUTIONS IT-PRO E). — ASIN B01N7RZ9XC.Secure your Web server with free Let's Encrypt Certificates. Guide to fully automate the process of creating and renewing certificates without the need of installing extra software. Script based copy & paste solution for Linux, FreeBSD and Plesk. Introduction SSL Certificates In the past services offered on the Internet mostly was unencrypted and traffic was sent in clear text between server and user. Times has changed now, spying on traffic and hacking is all around. Actually it needs less than a few minutes to have the first bots trying all of their exploit scripts against your IP address. Never think you are not important enough for hackers because in the first step bots operates on IP addresses without knowing who is behind this IP address. Things will be exploited pretty fast. Traffic sniffing exploits usernames, passwords and sensitive data, making follow up attacks very easy and successful. Traffic encryption with SSL certificates, combined with other prevention methods, using modern and state-of-the-art server technologies is a must for all servers providing services like web access. Inside... Introduction Table of Contents Legal Notes Introduction SSL Certificates Firewall Setup (Optional) Description of firewall ports8 Setup of this guide " Our Goal Network setup Our final setup Prepare your operating system FreeBSD Linux Linux & FreeBSD Building Run Certs.sh Run Certs.sh in detail (copy & paste it) Creating our config file Creating our domains.txt file Prepare the web server Preparing Apache for Run_Certs.sh Create .well-known in document root Create hook.sh hook.sh for FreeBSD or Linux hook.sh for Plesk servers Plesk automation explained: Create the first certificate Configure Apache to use certificates Checking Plesk servers Automate the process of renewing More Features.
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