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SSL installation

In order to work via https you’re required to get a SSL-certificate and configure the web-server. If you used our 1-click installer to install the tracker or to add domains – it’s already done. Our 1-click installer automatically installs SSL-certificates if your domain is linked to the server..
We use the free Let's Encrypt service which is promoted by companies like Google and Mozilla. Its certificates are as good as certificates from commercial SSL-services.
If, for some reason, you didn’t get a SSL certificate after the tracker’s installation or adding a domain – you can repeat the procedure using instructions below.

  • 1. Server setup

      This instruction works only for domains which were installed with our 1-click installer

      Step 1. Connect to the server via SSH (you can find out how to do it here);
      Step 2. Download latest script using the command:
      wget -O /root/

      Step 3. Run the command:
      bash /root/ ssl

      Step 4. Enter the domain name (or several domain names separated with space) and press Enter:

      Step 5. Enter your valid and actual email (if something goes wrong while server updates the certificate – you’ll get noticed about the certificate expiring):

      If the SSL-certificates are ready and connected to your domain(s) – you’ll see the message SSL is ready: