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The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): Ubuntu
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I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): N.A.
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My Question is:
How many Certificates can I use from Let’s Encrypt ?
Does the Certificates support WildCard Domains ?
The main reason is that I need Certificates for my sub-domains as well, mainly for: skar.us
All such sub-domains are important to me to run with SSL.
My question is:
Is it considered ethical or moral in your terms / policy ?
This is my question.
I want to depend on your service and calming my nerves is what it needs.
Nothing in Let's Encrypt's policies addresses "ethical" or "moral", but as you've already been told, it's entirely permissible, not to mention very common, to do exactly what you're describing.
Edit: Again, it seems to me that we've already answered this question a few times in this thread. Could you explain how you thought it wasn't answered previously? IOW, what are we missing in your question?
But I want to use Let’s Encrypt.
So making sure the Let’s Encrypt service will continue and I will be able to use it’s certificates is what I wanted to make sure.
I was nervous because I didn’t want to abuse / exploit the freedom.
But as to reveal as well that I require certificates apart from parent domain. I wanted to confirm for the sub-domain for static resources, which is critical to me.
And I got my answer.
And also that I can use it for other sub-domains for the same domain. Some of these domains have come in existence and some will be created in future.
Thanks for the answer and I appreciate the cause of Let’s Encrypt.
I will be using it for my work.