How to Secure Apache with Free Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate on Ubuntu and Debian

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5 Responses

  1. Mark says:

    Hi, just want to let you know that step 4 has 3 dashes instead of 2 in the –apache context, which doesn’t work. Great tutorial otherwise. Thanks!

  2. kalmer peacecop: says:

    tennis24.ee is a public registered domain name.

  3. Matei Cezar says:

    Name does not end in a public suffix. The error is self explanatory! It must be a public registred domain name.

  4. kalmer peacecop: says:

    Error: urn:acme:error:malformed :: The request message was malformed :: Error creating new authz :: Name does not end in a public suffix

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