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Free Automated A+ Graded SSL Certificates with Let’s Encrypt

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Learn How to Get a Secure Lock Icon for Your Site

Because Nowadays Hosting an Insecure Site Isn’t Good Enough

Search engines (especially Google) and major browser vendors are really cracking down on insecure sites.

Google ranks insecure pages (HTTP) worse than secure pages (HTTPS).

As of mid–2014 Google has openly stated that HTTPS is now part of their page rank algorithm. Simply put, insecure sites being served over HTTP will rank worse than secure sites being served over HTTPS.

Chrome, FireFox and other browser vendors are adding more and more visual cues that make even non–technical folks aware that your site is dangerous to view.

It won’t take long until all insecure sites are seen as being malicious and untrustworthy, even if you’re technically not doing anything wrong. Although honestly, I would classify not securing your site as doing your visitors a disservice.

Insecure sites allow anyone to intercept and read the traffic between your visitors and your site.

That’s because insecure sites transmit all data over plain text. This makes your visitor’s data sensitive to man in the middle attacks, which in turn could be a disaster for both your audience and yourself.

Remember, most people using your site aren’t tech savvy, and don’t understand that by logging into an insecure site they are leaking sensitive data. If their account gets compromised, guess who they’re gong to blame? Yep, your site.

Instructor Details

Hi, I'm Nick and I've been a self taught software developer for about 20 years. I'm also a Docker Captain, which means that Docker personally reached out to me to join their team as a trusted content provider and community leader. Over the years I've worked as a consultant doing contract work for various clients while also hacking away on my own projects because it's what I love to do. All of my courses have been created from experience I've gained while being in the trenches and figuring out things through real world experience.

Specification: Free Automated A+ Graded SSL Certificates with Let’s Encrypt

Duration

2.5 hours

Year

2019

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

8 reviews for Free Automated A+ Graded SSL Certificates with Let’s Encrypt

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  1. Karl McCartney

    Have watch and followed along, now need to see if I can set it up for my scenario. Which is svr1 as nginx reverse proxy, svr2 nginx hosting subdomain1 (nextcloud) and subdomain2 (wordpress), (etc subdomains …) (would be nice if had bonus lessons showing certbot scenrio and also https connections from reverse proxy to web app servers).

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  2. Pawel Dunst

    Easy to digest material and instructor who is responsive and helping. A+++

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  3. Avinash Kumar

    Way too many things to be able to grasp. Could have been more detailed

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  4. Dave Cohen

    Good content. Nice pace. Easy to follow.

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  5. Andy P.

    Nick’s experience and mad presentation skills make all his courses must haves. There’s a very fine line that has to be drawn when you decide just how much information is just right for a presentation, and Nick hits that mark every time. He makes the courses engaging, practical, and isn’t afraid to put in a little humor as well. It makes for a very, very good course … highly recommend.

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  6. Nicolas Corti Meneses

    I just didnt expect the whole surprises in this learning package… This course opened new doors in my learning path.

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  7. Komek Hayytnazarov

    Nick Janetakis is a perfect instructor!! I like his courses. He has a reasonable and brilliant teacher!

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  8. Kerry Smart

    The missing links that have haunted me for years, this is a very well thought out tutorial and thank you Instructor for everything thing you have supplied and excellent instructions for my understanding of how it all comes together, thank you Udemy and your excellent teachers from the bottom of my heart.

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