Surprisingly, that was pretty easy to get to work on our FreeBSD machine, and as you can check, https://hackers.mu is successfully verified by Let’s Encrypt, and seems to be working nicely.
Hmm, seems like we are the first ones in Mauritius to be using it! Cheers Logan, beer on this.
Here’s an example a friend tried to check on his side (user sent screenshots),
Tada, this looks awesome! thegodof.net shall be migrated in due time, let hackers.mu be our beta for now.
ps. You may have to accept the certificate as on some older browsers, Let’s Encrypt is not a recognized as an official certificate authority.
pps. SSLlabs gives us a grade B, since Let’s Encrypt is currently in beta. Graded A+ now 🙂
After expiry of the certificate, it was suprisingly easy to update the certificates and getting up and running, it was as simple as doing”
./letsencrypt-auto certonly --non-interactive --webroot -w /path/to/your/web/directory/ -d www.hackers.mu --debug
That was it, then I just linked the certs from my webserver, and tada!