Create Locally Trusted SSL Certificates with mkcert on Ubuntu 20.04

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Create Locally Trusted SSL Certificates with mkcert on Ubuntu 20.04
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create locally trusted SSL certificates with mkcert on Ubuntu 20.04. mkcert is a simple zero-config tool that is used to make locally trusted development certificates. It automatically creates and installs a local CA in the system root store, and generates locally-trusted certificates. Using certificates from real certificate authorities (CAs) for development can be...

Monitor SSL/TLS Certificate Expiry with Prometheus and Grafana

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Monitor SSL/TLS Certificate Expiry with Prometheus and Grafana
In this tutorial, you will learn how to monitor SSL/TLS certificate expiry with Prometheus and Grafana. Well, with the assumption that you are already aware about the implications of an expired SSL/TLS certificate, we will be discussing how to monitor SSL/TLS certificates to avoid encountering such issues. Monitor SSL/TLS Certificate Expiry with Prometheus and Grafana Note that, in this setup, we...

Configure Apache with SSL/TLS Certificates on CentOS 8

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Follow through this guide to learn how to configure Apache with SSL/TLS Certificates on CentOS 8. Are you using Nginx instead? Check our guide on setting up Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates by following the link below; Configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8 Configure Apache with SSL/TLS Certificates on CentOS 8 Run System Update Update your system package by executing; dnf update Install Apache and...

Configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8

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In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8. The use of SSL/TLS certificates ensures secured as well as authentic communications between the web server and the web clients. Configure Nginx with SSL/TLS certificates on CentOS 8 Install Nginx and SSL/TLS module on CentOS 8 In order to configure Nginx HTTP server to...

Create Locally Trusted SSL Certificates with mkcert on Ubuntu 18.04

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Create Locally Trusted SSL Certificates with mkcert on Ubuntu 20.04
Hello folks, welcome to this very tutorial on how to create locally trusted SSL certificates with mkcert on Ubuntu 18.04. mkcert is a simple zero-config tool that is used to make locally trusted development certificates. It automatically creates and installs a local CA in the system root store, and generates locally-trusted certificates. Using certificates from real certificate authorities (CAs) for development can...