An intro to Plesk Security Course: Part 3 [Video]
We hope you’ve had a chance to get on the bandwagon and have a look at the Plesk Security Course . You can find all you need to know about this newest addition in our Plesk University catalogue. Then take the course for free! You’ll join our booming number of users who are learning to get tip-top security while working with our platform.
But if you’ve only got a few minutes, we’ll give you a quick one-minute guide for creating your own free SSL certificates in just a few clicks. Welcome to Let’s Encrypt – one of our best-rated Plesk extensions. This certificate authority (CA) gives all Plesk users the power to get a free certificate for each domain they own.
Let’s Encrypt: Protect your website in 3 steps
In our final security video, you’ll see how this handy Plesk extension makes you more reliable. Because with Let’s Encrypt, you’re not just encrypting the connection between the website and the visitor’s browser. You’re also displaying your website as trusted.
Video: 1:03 minutes
As a result, visitors will not see a warning about the certificate’s authenticity. This tops self-signed certificates (free but not trusted), especially when securing an E-commerce website.
Let’s Encrypt not only issues free SSL certificates, but also provides the tools to recall and renew them. Something that should save system administrators loads of time and effort.
What’s Going on in this Video
Let’s Encrypt Key Features
- Works out of the box, no setup or CLI commands required
- Signing of SSL certificates for domains and subdomains
- Automatic renewal of all certificates
- Additional domains are now supported
- Can create a cert for the Plesk panel itself
So give all your sites and apps a secure and trusted certificate with this free Plesk extension. And let us know how it goes in the comments below!
Itching for more ways to up your security while on our ecosystem? Then get started on our Plesk Security course.
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