Get Your "Let's Encrypt" SSL Certificates (Discontinued)
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README.md

Docker-LetsEncrypt (Deprecated)

Easily get your "Let's Encrypt" SSL Certificates

PLEASE READ THE SOURCE CODE! YOU MUST TRUST IT WITH YOUR PRIVATE KEYS!

How to use this script

You must have docker-compose installed first. Then follow the steps below.

Step 1: Create a Let's Encrypt account private key (if you haven't already)

You must have a public key registered with Let's Encrypt and sign your requests with the corresponding private key. If you don't understand what I just said, this script likely isn't for you! Please use the official Let's Encrypt client.

openssl genrsa 4096 > account.key

Step 2: Copy account.key to docker-letsencrypt/

You know how to do it. :)

Step 3: Create Your key and Cert

sh cert.sh

Then type your domain and press Enter.

Wait for a moment, and you can find your key and cert in docker-lesencrypt/certs/ ####Have fun :)