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Automatically request and use Let’s Encrypt certificates in Dotnet Core
Let’s Encrypt is the “free, automated, open Certificate Authority” that wants every website to use encryption by default, by making it easy and — importantly — free. These are laudable goals and there is really no downside to using it. Except for the easy part… Unless you are lucky enough to use a hosting provider that configures these certificates for you, or use a software platform that has this built-in, then it might be easy. For a dotnet project running on Azure, I did not find an easy solution. Until Microsoft creates a checkbox for this in Azure (they really should), I’ll show how to request and install a free certificate at startup of an AspNet Core application yourself.
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16 days ago by martinto

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