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I do agree that I think they may have turned up the significance of that ranking signal. It makes sense, considering how the Chrome team is modifying browser behavior. Yes I linked to that official statement elsewhere in the comments.
(A big part of the design goal for the project was to make setting up HTTPS as simple as possible. Within minutes the cert was set up, and every 3 months I get a report that it’s been automatically renewed. My hosting provider, DreamHost, has the setup automated to the point where all I had to do was fill a checkbox on the control panel. I’m using Let’s Encrypt certificates on several sites.
※Certbot クライアントを実行すると、パッケージ管理システム（yum など）を使用したパッケージのインストール・アップデートが、確認画面の表示無しで自動的に行われます。厳格にパッケージのバージョンを管理しているサーバの場合にはご注意ください。自動的にインストール・アップデートされるパッケージは、「python」「python-virtualenv」「python-pip」「python-devel」「python-tools」「tcl」「tix」「tk」「tkinter」「gcc」「augeas-libs」「openssl」「ca-certificates」「dialog」「libffi-devel」「openssl-devel」「redhat-rpm-config」「keyutils-libs-devel」「krb5-devel」「libcom_err-devel」「libselinux-devel」「libsepol-devel」「zlib-devel」「mod_ssl」です（2016年05月18日 に CentOS 6.
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# Uncomment it if you’re planning to use this app. Service=host-meta last;
#rewrite ^/. # The following 2 rules are only needed for the user_webfinger app.
When you do switch, keep a very careful eye on Google search console and use the tools provided there to test and debug your site – and make sure google’s crawlers aren’t having any trouble accessing you or getting in any weird redirect loops. I would make the switch. There have been a few tools and guides posted here. When you find an issue, just work through it and within a few days any search penalty should recover. I know it involves some risk and technical complexity, but it is well worth it in the long run.
Certbot is meant to be run on the server where your website is hosted. If you don’t have administrative shell access to your webserver or you’re not familiar with command line server administration, you should check if your hosting provider has built-in Let’s Encrypt support by contacting them or checking this list of supporting providers.
I take the point that all sites should move to SSL anyway (I have already made the change for some of my sites). But it would be helpful if the Wordfence team would be willing to comment on whether sensitive data are expected to be distinguished from non-sensitive data by Chrome in input fields on the site. Love the tip about the badssl tester site that Mark mentioned, v.
Some hosting companies will install free SSL certs on your domains for you (mostly using lets encrypt). A2 hosting does this for me. Google even referrences them in some of their documentation. I recently used them on several client sites without any issues. The free let’s encrypt SSL cert works perfectly.
7 + Nginx 1. 1 + Percona 5. 11 驅動的服務器，部署了 Let’s Encrypt （Certbot. That’s right，歡迎體驗這個由 PHP 7.