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12/18/2015 1:58 AM
 

Hi,

I use DNN 7.4.2.
How and / or where can I make the site secure "https".?
Is there somewhere a white paper about this subject?
Is the following from Erik van Ballegoij still valid?
http://www.dnnsoftware.com/community-blog/cid/153366/securing-your-dotnetnuke-site-in-5-simple-steps

Regards, Ton


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12/18/2015 2:55 AM
 

Ton,

it is more or less still vald - there are some small differences in IIS, but these should not be the problem.
See here for newer IIS versions: https://www.digicert.com/ssl-support/...

There are some initiatives where you can get free certificates like Let's Encrypt or StartSSL.

Happy DNNing!
Michael


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