1 June 2016


The first time you install an SSL certificate is very much like the first time you make love to a woman. You're not really sure who initialises what request first and how long that thing should take to respond. When it does respond you're confused where to put it and even when it seems to be working, you're still unsure if you've done it right. It's usually facilitated through a 3rd party provider that you've paid £60 in advance for and requires remote tech support from a German gentleman named Sebastian.