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Hello Guys. I'm looking for some free SSL certificates, I'm starting a website/business. I need one for the main page and one outlook web app. Currently I've got one for my outlook web app, but's it only for 1 month.. I'm looking for one for least 1 year..

 

 

Thanks. :) 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Lurick said:

Have you tried https://letsencrypt.org/

How long is it for? 

 

 

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Just now, Abdul201588 said:

How long is for? 

 

 

3 months and if you use certbot then it auto renews.

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2 minutes ago, aidanapple said:

3 months and if you use certbot then it auto renews.

3 months seems too short. I cba to renew it every 3 months. :/ 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

3 months seems too short. I cba to renew it every 3 months. :/ 

Yes, it might, however you can easily make and auto renew certificates using some of these https://letsencrypt.org/docs/client-options/. If you do have shell access go for Certbot.

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3 minutes ago, aidanapple said:

Yes, it might, however you can easily make and auto renew certificates using some of these https://letsencrypt.org/docs/client-options/. If you do have shell access go for Certbot.

I'll take a look. I'll see.

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16 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

3 months seems too short. I cba to renew it every 3 months. :/ 

 

 

Welcome to the modern world of IT, where we automate stuff so less manual labour is needed.

You write (or find) a script/application that renews it automatically.

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3 minutes ago, jj9987 said:

Welcome to the modern world of IT, where we automate stuff so less manual labour is needed.

You write (or find) a script/application that renews it automatically.

It'll update but I still have to install the certificate on the server...

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Just now, Abdul201588 said:

It'll update but I still have to install the certificate on the server...

You can run the script (the whole Letsencrypt thing, to be exact) on the server, so it will update the certificates automagically there.

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