Category Archives: SSL

Using of Let’s Encrypt Certificates for Atlasssian HipChat

In my last article I presented a solution for automated certificate renewal for Debian using a central webroot folder. Recently I added HipChat to my collection of Atlassian Tools for quick discussions between all directory. HipChat requires an SSL certificate for both Web Server and HipChat client communication, so I was looking for a solution to… Read More »

Fully automate Let’s Encrypt certificate on Debian using central webroot Folder

Let’s Encrypt is a relatively new Certificate Authority sponsored by multiple large companies such as Mozilla, Cisco, Akamai, Facebook, OVH and many others. Let’s Encrypt provides free SSL certificates for anyone which are trusted by all major browsers. The key benefit is that the complete issuing process including domain validation is done automatically using the… Read More »