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Does WebFaction plan to support Lets Encrypt for automatic issuing and maintenance of SSL/TLS certificates?

See also https://community.webfaction.com/questions/18989/using-lets-encrypt-to-get-ssl-certificates

asked 27 Oct '15, 18:48

Graham
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edited 27 Oct '15, 18:49

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BUMP. we are now heading into September....

(28 Aug, 22:37) baba

Just to be clear, we are heading into September of 2018. This question was asked three years ago.

Is this going to be supported or do we need to look elsewhere for this support?

(29 Aug, 03:32) kjodle
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from another forum: I am currently testing the French host xxxxxx.fr: what a pleasure to install an LE certificate in 2 clicks and 10 seconds!

(06 Sep, 17:42) baba

Please see our latest blog post in regards to LetsEncrypt support,

https://blog.webfaction.com/2018/09/issue-lets-encrypt-ssl-certificates-with-the-control-panel/

Thank you all for your patience.

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answered 14 Sep, 02:02

NickR ♦♦
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We're looking into it. If we decide to support it, then we'll be sure to announce it in our blog, newsletter, and social media channels.

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answered 27 Oct '15, 19:19

seanf
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Looking forward to hearing more :)

(16 Dec '15, 18:06) nathanvda
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answered 13 Sep, 12:12

anjanesh
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Yabba-Dabba Do!

Our Webfaction team has come through! many thanks!..... we never lost faith in you

(13 Sep, 17:13) baba

First step on supporting this is now announced on the blog.

This allows you to install your own Let's Encrypt certificate, without asking support. But you still have to get the certificate yourself, for which LetsEncrypt WebFaction is the best route.

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answered 22 Sep '16, 19:23

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