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Going 'https'

Started by rowan_futurerave, September 12, 2018, 05:35:14 am

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rowan_futurerave

Hi
Can anyone explain to me (maybe @Juju ??) how to go 'https' on my website pls?
A brief explanation is fine
Thanks.

Juju

Depends what you use to host your website, but we use this thing. https://letsencrypt.org/getting-started/
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Lionel Debroux

TI-Planet, Cemetech and ticalc.org also use the automated Let's Encrypt CA to obtain certificates trusted by clients. And we all configure our Web servers to listen for TLS connections on TCP port 443, presenting the server certificate obtained from Let's Encrypt to clients.
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rowan_futurerave

I knew CW used LetsVerify, I kinda looked at this before, didnt know about that port thing though - is that essential

*edit
i mean LetsEncrypt

DJ Omnimaga

Quote from: rowan_futurerave on September 12, 2018, 05:35:14 am
Can anyone explain to me (maybe @Juju ??) how to go 'https' on my website pls?
Ignore DarkestEx. Else you're in big serious trouble. xd

rowan_futurerave

Quote from: xlibman on September 12, 2018, 12:28:22 pm
Quote from: rowan_futurerave on September 12, 2018, 05:35:14 am
Can anyone explain to me (maybe @Juju ??) how to go 'https' on my website pls?
Ignore DarkestEx. Else you're in big serious trouble. xd


Why is he a f***head

Juju

Quote from: rowan_futurerave on September 12, 2018, 12:05:56 pm
I knew CW used LetsVerify, I kinda looked at this before, didnt know about that port thing though - is that essential

*edit
i mean LetsEncrypt
HTTP runs on port 80, HTTPS on port 443. In any case, you have to get a certificate from Let's Encrypt and configure your web server to use it.
Read Zarmina!
YUKI-CHAAAANNNN
In the beginning there was walrii. In the end there will be walrii. All hail our supreme leader :walrii: --Snektron



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rowan_futurerave

Got a certificate installed now just gotta wait the 24h  >:D

thanks guys.

rowan_futurerave

Yay. My site now redirects to https by default. It feels cool, lol

https://futurerave.uk/

DJ Omnimaga

Yeah, it's pretty much becoming the standard for now.

rowan_futurerave

Now I want encrypted images

juju!

do the work  :'(

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