Category Archives: SSL

Get a free publicly trusted certificate using Let’s Encrypt, PowerShell and DNS

I have previously blogged about the free publicly trusted certificate solution Let’s Encrypt, see here. In this post, I will show how you can request a certificate with a PowerShell script and prove ownership of the domain name using DNS … Continue reading

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SSL Certificates and SAN – What domain names are valid?

An SSL certificate has a field called Subject. The Subject field contains the domain name that the certificate is valid for. Subject can only contain one domain name: The field Subject can have more information, like the screenshot below, but … Continue reading

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