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User & Date: wyoung 2019-01-21 10:03:40
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2019-01-21
10:51
Swapped Let's Encrypt's advice for ssl_ciphers in the nginx TLS config for Qualys SSL Labs' advice. check-in: 8f2ec292 user: wyoung tags: trunk
10:03
Typo fix check-in: 83c902be user: wyoung tags: trunk
09:45
Linked the new TLS + nginx guide to an nginx blog on enabling HSTS. check-in: 30d577a7 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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As written above, this configuration does nothing other than to tell
nginx that it’s allowed to serve content via HTTP on port 80 as well.

We’ll uncomment the `rewrite` and `return` directives below, when we’re
ready to begin testing.


#### Why the Repitition?

You need to do much the same sort of thing as above for each domain name
hosted by your nginx server.

You might being to wonder, then, why I haven’t factored some of those
directives into the included files `local/tls-common` and
`local/http-certbot-only`. For example, why can’t the second HTTP-only







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As written above, this configuration does nothing other than to tell
nginx that it’s allowed to serve content via HTTP on port 80 as well.

We’ll uncomment the `rewrite` and `return` directives below, when we’re
ready to begin testing.


#### Why the Repetition?

You need to do much the same sort of thing as above for each domain name
hosted by your nginx server.

You might being to wonder, then, why I haven’t factored some of those
directives into the included files `local/tls-common` and
`local/http-certbot-only`. For example, why can’t the second HTTP-only