How to Secure Apache with SSL and Let’s Encrypt in FreeBSD

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5 Responses

  1. Somsak Bootsritha says:

    1. Step 3. Install Let’s encrypt on FreeBSD: Is it Step2?. Because there is duplicate of Step 3.
    2. The command in order to update certbot utility and certbot required dependencies in number 7.

    # pkg install py27-certboot
    

    I think it should be

    # pkg install py27-certbot
    
  2. Matei Cezar says:

    Add a cron job each night at 02:30 which runs certbot renew script:
    30 02 * * * certbot renew

  3. Somsak Bootsritha says:

    Hello, I can’t find the process of the certificate renewal for Lets’ Encrypt as you said earlier. How to do that?

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