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How to secure a Plesk hostname on port 8443 with an SSL certificate (Let's Encrypt / other certificate authorities)?

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How to secure a Plesk hostname on port 8443 with an SSL certificate (Let’s Encrypt / other certificate authorities)?

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Securing Plesk interface with a free Let’s Encrypt certificate (Plesk Onyx)

Securing Plesk interface with an SSL certificate from other certificate authorities

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Plesk Onyx 17.8 secures its hostname with a free Let’s Encrypt certificate automatically, if the Let’s Encrypt extension is installed and the hostname is a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) and is resolved from the Internet.

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How to secure a Plesk hostname on port 8443 with an SSL certificate (Let’s Encrypt / other certificate authorities)

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