Getting a FREE SSL Certificate and Installing Let’s Encrypt on Ubuntu 16.04

Usually when you need to obtain an SSL Certificate, you may have found yourself going to one of the major certificate authorities. Of which some of those include Symantec, Digicert, Network Solutions, or Go Daddy. All of these are trusted providers for SSL Certificates. Browsers tend to trust these authorities over a self-signed certificate because there is some sort of validation process happening to ensure everything is on the up-and-up when it comes to SSL Encryption. Most SSL Certificate Authorities will even provide you with some sort of insurance if something goes wrong and the SSL Encryption is broken. For that reason, you may end up paying upwar
ds of $100 – $500 per year for the SSL Certificate.

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