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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We've been trying to get a Postgres DB properly configured with a self signed SSL cert without any luck. What's required is for someone to walk us through the steps to setup a Postgres DB with self signed SSL certs on a VPS. ... What's required is for someone to walk us through the steps to setup a Postgres DB with self signed SSL certs on a VPS. Then show us how to properly configure PG Admin 3 to connect to the DB.
Skills: SSL Bash PostgreSQL Administration
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
So I need someone who can audit sites, make updates (like adding new features or ssl certificates), etc. I will pay per task/hour. NOTE-- I prefer someone who works US time zones.
Skills: SSL PHP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $80 - Posted
The job is two fold: • first is fixing redirect issue and making sure it all works correctly • the second is making my entire site https secure – I’ve already got the ssl certificate installed. Here’s the back story: A few days ago I installed the members mouse plugin, a premium wordpress plugin that turns your site into a membership site, with a login page, checkout page etc. ... Here’s the back story: A few days ago I installed the members mouse plugin, a premium wordpress plugin that turns your site into a membership site, with a login page, checkout page etc. I also bought an SSL certificate a few days ago and had it installed on my site kaizen-creative.com I was trying to make the entire site https secure, and so following a guide, I went into the Wordpress general settings and updated my WordPress URL and site URL address fields to include https. ... Then the second problem is making the entire site https secure. The ssl certificate has already been installed and in the Wordpress general settings I’ve updated my WordPress URL and site URL address fields to include https (this is what seemed to of caused the redirect error).
Skills: SSL WordPress
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I have a web application hosted on Windows that opens fine on http, but gives an error on https. The certificate is already purchased but needs to be installed. Note that the site is a subdomain of format: mysite.domain.com The OS is Windows Server Standard SP2
Skills: SSL Microsoft Windows Server
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
Hello, I'm looking for something very simple. I have a letsencrypt certificate running on my NGINX server. I only need some one to renew my certificate and create a script that use a cron job to auto renew my certificate. I have seen few scripts (bash) but I don't have the knowledge to use them. Let me know if you can do it. Daniel
Skills: SSL Linux System Administration Nginx