Generate and manage SSL certificates for your WordPress sites for free with this Let's Encrypt client.
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WP Encrypt

Generate and manage SSL certificates for your WordPress sites (or networks) for free with this Let's Encrypt client.

You can download the latest version from the WordPress plugin repository. If you prefer to install it from Github, make sure to run composer install before using it in order to download the necessary dependencies.

Prerequisites

Your WordPress site needs to have the curl and openssl PHP extensions installed. You also need to ensure that WordPress may write the following locations:

  • the directory that will contain the keys and certificates; by default this will be ../letsencrypt (relative to the site's root directory); this location can be overwritten to any other location by using the constant WP_ENCRYPT_SSL_CERTIFICATES_DIR_PATH
  • the directory that will contain challenges to verify ownership of a domain; this will be /.well-known (relative to the site's root directory); furthermore you need to ensure that this directory is publicly readable

Contributions and Bugs

If you have ideas on how to improve the plugin or if you discover a bug, I would appreciate if you shared them with me, right here on Github. In either case, please open a new issue here - or create a pull-request to provide a fix for it yourself.

You can also contribute to the plugin by translating it. Simply visit translate.wordpress.org to get started.