Securing your self-hosted website with Let’s Encrypt

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Securing your self-hosted website with Let’s Encrypt, part 4: hardening default setups and avoiding known vulnerabilities

In part 3, we looked at how to finally use Let’s Encrypt to issue and renew certificates for our domains. But I also finished with a terrifying cliffhanger: basic HTTPS setups can be vulnerable to attacks! Gasp…!

Let me start by clarifying that I am not a security expert and if someone breaks into your system I will take no responsibility whatsoever, lalalala…

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