How do I regenerate my certificate and force the public key to change too? it seems the public key stays the same every time my certificate is renewed.
What ACME client are you using? How did you generate the keypair and certificate?
I believe most ACME clients generate new keypairs when issuing new certificates by default.
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I used certbot. I followed https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-secure-apache-with-let-s-encrypt-on-ubuntu-16-04 exactly.
Everything works fine, but every time i renew the certificate, the public key seems to stay the same. I need to change it.
(I’d rather not disclose my domain - I hope that’s ok )
Certbot always creates new keypairs by default, including when you follow that tutorial.
there is an explicit parameter
So check your configuration files under
and your cronjob, if this parameter is defined.
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