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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
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 :)