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Self Signed Certificate

What is a Self Signed Certificate?

A self-signed certificate could also be a digital certificate that is not signed by a publicly trusted certificate authority (CA). It may include SSL/TLS certificates, code signing certificates, and S/MIME certificates. The rationale why they are considered different from traditional certificate-authority signed certificates is that they’ve created, issued, and signed by the company or developer…

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Let's Encrypt

How To Secure Apache Server with Let’s Encrypt on Ubuntu

Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority (CA) that encourages acquiring and introducing free TLS/SSL security, in this manner empowering scrambled HTTPS on the webserver. It streamlines the cycle by giving a product customer, Certbot, that endeavours to mechanize most (if not the entirety) of the necessary advances. As of now, the whole cycle of getting…

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Laravel Service Provider

Laravel Service Provider

Overview If you‘ve ever worked on the Laravel framework, you will listen regarding server container and service provider. They are the main part of the Laravel framework and do all huge tasks when your application runs. Service container The Laravel service container is a strong tool for handling class dependencies and implementing dependency injection. Reference: https://laravel.com/docs/5.6/container#introduction…

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