SSL Certificate Guides
Common Certbot Errors
Let's Encrypt Certbot sometimes kicks up a fuss. In this article we document the most commonly encountered errors and how to solve them.
Upgrading Let's Encrypt Certbot to the latest version on Ubuntu
In this guide we show how you can easily and safely switch from the old APT package version of Certbot to the new Snap version of Certbot so you can keep renewing your certificates without problems.
Cloudflare Cache and SSL
Webdock offers full Let's Encrypt support on all our stacks, and we enable and force HTTPS on your server as soon as it is created. This page details some of the caveats you might run into while working with Let's Encrypt and Certbot.
How to integrate your own SSL certificate in Nginx or Apache
In this article we describe how you can integrate your own SSL certicate in Nginx or Apache on a Webdock stack.
Increasing SSL security
If you operate a web shop and gather payment information, you should be aware that the international security standard PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) requires you to use the newer versions of the TLS protocol (TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2) no later than July 1st 2018, since TLS 1.0 is outdated and poses a security risk.
Let's Encrypt Root Certificate change affecting Android Users
In this article we describe what the Let's Encrypt Root Certificate change means for your Android users and how you can ensure maximum compatibility until at least September 1st 2021