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Questions tagged [certbot]

certbot is a python command-line client to get X.509 certificates from the Let’s Encrypt authority in order to allow a web server using https to be accepted by most browsers.

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nginx: [emerg] BIO_new_file(“/etc/letsencrypt/live/site_name/fullchain.pem”) failed

I am using CentOS 7, Nginx 1.12.2, certbot 0.31.0 , Error after delete all things related to Let's Encrypt of 002.bkit.vn [root@VMHostDefault 002.bkit.vn]# nginx -t nginx: [emerg] BIO_new_file("/...
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Debian 9 stretch-backports signature couldn't be verified [duplicate]

I'm trying to install certbot on my Debian 9 server on Google compute engine VM. Here's what I have done so far: To add backports repository, I have edit the sources.list as: sudo nano /etc/apt/...
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How to configure the Certbot not to include options-ssl-apache.conf into my VirtualHosts?

# cat /etc/letsencrypt/options-ssl-apache.conf # Baseline setting to Include for SSL sites using Let's Encrypt certificates SSLEngine on # Intermediate configuration, tweak to your needs ...
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Different page from a browser and wget [closed]

EDITED TO REMOVE OBSOLETE EXAMPLES I have a very curious case that has dumbfounded me. I was trying to get a certificate from letsencrypt and I was consistently getting errors that certbot is unable ...
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Unable to install Let's Encrypt certificate on CentOS 7

I am trying to install a Let's Encrypt SSL certificate to my website using Securing Apache with Let's Encrypt on CentOS 7. My web server is (include version): Apache (cPanel) My hosting provider is: ...
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Certbot does not force Apache2 to read newly generated certificates

System: GNU/Linux Debian 9.5 headless. Situation & Question I have just caught the Let's Encrypt Certbot to re-generate the SSL certificate but did not reload Apache2. This has resulted in a ...
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Certbot-nginx displays error

After executable command sudo certbox --nginx. Certbot give me output Saving debug log to /var/log/letsencrypt/letsencrypt.log An unexpected error occurred: UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't ...
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Variables from specific parts of an Text File as variable for further usage in shell script

We have an HaProxy setup in our company, and this works with SSL (certbot / crt-list.txt). We want an automated task that reads the file crt-list.txt and takes out the Domain Name as a variable. What ...
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How to validate / fix an error in Certbot renewal cron

The whole day, I am fixing bugs in mainly TLS area, but this question is not specifically about TLS. Well, I have one web server with a few web sites, each with its own SSL certificate. But to the ...
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certbot and awscli require different versions of botocore

I have a small script that generates new Let's Encrypt certificates whenever they are due for renewal and then imports the new certificates to our AWS account so that we can use them to sign ...
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Debian and Certbot: where does the package install the cron job?

I installed the python-certbot-apache package per the instructions on certbot.eff.org but can't find any entry for the cron job its supposed to set up. The Certbot packages on your system come with ...
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Using -d with 2 versions of the same domain in Certbot [closed]

For Using -d with 2 versions of the same domain in Certbot I tried the following. Instead doning: certbot --nginx and then chosing 1+2 (for domain.tld + www.domain.tld), I did: certbot --nginx -d ...
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The server could not connect to the client to verify the domain for Let's Encrypt's Certbot

I am running Sentry on AWS using Docker. The service is now running on port 9000. I would like to use HTTPS, getting the certificate from Let's Encrypt. However I get the following error: sudo ...
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Combining Certbot with an Nginx server block maker

I have an Ubuntu 16.04 environment with a pure Nginx server and I use the following Bash script to automate creation of server blocks and corresponding (self-signed) SSL certifications. It allows me ...
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unable to sign certificate letsencrypt

I have recently set up a cloud via Nextcloud. I have successfully signed a certificate for my domain https://mydomain.home.com (of cource my real domain is different). This all worked out just fine. ...
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AWS EC2 instance says apache2 isn't running but the server is still up and httpd is listening on port 80?

So I'm trying to use certbot to get a LetsEncrypt certificate for my wordpress site on EC2 (using the AWS marketplace image by Bitnami, Ubuntu 14.04), but when running certbot --apache I get the ...
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Lets Encrypt for private domain? [closed]

I was wondering is it possible to generate Lets Encrypt certificate for private domains on internal network? I have my own private DNS running, so I want to apply certificate for my Squid ...
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Certbot for multiserver configuration

Is there a way to use certbot and letsencrypt certificate for multiserver setup without having to manually copy the certificates from one node to another? I have a domain name example.com which is ...