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How to install a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate on a shared server using acme.sh

How to install a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate on a shared hosting that does not support any “automatic” click-and-install method? SSL Certificates became almost mandatory for most websites since Google decided to reward websites using the secure HTTPS protocol, penalizing the others with security warnings that could intimidate users. After few month other browsers, such … Read more How to install a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate on a shared server using acme.sh