Someone asked on r/Linuxadmin about setting up Let’s Encrypt certificates on the vestaCP admin panel and because I sought a solution for this before and also increased the security of my vestaCP panel by doing additional tweaks I’ve decided to write this article in order to help out all of you that run vestaCP and
Let’s Encrypt Archive
Pritunl, with it’s easiest setup mode is a plug’n’play self-hosted VPN service that’s been built on top of OpenVPN. However it can also be used as an enterprise distributed OpenVPN and IPsec server. Since most folks would use it for a self-hosted VPN service I will only focus in this tutorial on the single server
In the previous tutorial I included Certbot amongst the list of scripts that were to be installed on the server running OpenVAS and the Greenbone Security Assistant and I’m pretty sure that those who noticed it asked themselves why I did this. Well the answer is that I wanted to run the web interface of
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