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Configure Let's Encrypt in Your Magento Store

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    Default Configure Let's Encrypt in Your Magento Store

    Let’s Encrypt was launched in late 2015 and provides free SSL and TLS certificates. It is approved by IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force). With Let’s Encrypt, there is no complication in the configuration of SSL. You need to reissue the certificate installed through Let’s Encrypt after three months, before it expires. You can auto renew your Let’s Encrypt certificate with Cloudways auto renew option. Cloudways warns you 15 days before the expiration of your Let’s Encrypt certificate.

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    Magento is an open source, fully compatible ecommerce platform. Many of the world’s big brands are using Magento for their stores. In short, Magento is playing a good role in the ecommerce industry. For any Magento store, SSL is a very important part. SSL maintains the confidentiality of the customer data. Mostly, people are not familiar with SSL and they have tons of questions like what it is, how it works and how to renew the SSL certificate. In my “Installing SSL On Magento” article, you can learn in detail about SSL.


    As we know, technology is growing day by day with huge customization and advantages. Let’s Encrypt makes the lives of merchants and developers much easier with their free, automated and open certification. Furthermore, with Cloudways, adding SSL to your Magento store has become a matter of a few clicks. In this article, I’m going to show you how to install Let’s Encrypt with your Magento store. Before starting, let me introduce you to Let’s Encrypt.

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    Under application, click on SSL Certificate on the left side menu. Under SSL Certificate you will see two options, Let's encrypt SSL Certificate and Paid Certificates. In the Let's Encrypt tab, you should enter you Email Address and Domain name where you are installing Let's Encrypt.

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