Manual letsEncrypt for CPanel

At work I recently collaborated with our hosting provider to move our company website to a version of cPanel. Up until this time, there has been no way of running our site on SSL/TLS, and it’s been quite frustrating, having discovered LetsEncrypt and its ease of use. Basically, with this certificate signer, I have no reason to actually figure out the handshaking and signing process as was required in old command-line versions of SSL.

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That’s a lot of code I’ve “example’d”

Not to say it isn’t useful. I certainly hope it is.

Oh and it’s that time of year where I switch out blogger templates. Maybe this time I’ll make it more straightforward and automated. Maybe.

Which reminds me: this is the first year that my MUSH will be auto-deploying its Christmas theme. Pretty excited for that!

Anyway, that’s all for now.

PHP Access Control List

A quick little Access Control List (ACL) snippet I made for PHP/HTML. Enjoy!