docker-apache-letsencrypt - This docker-image contains a simple Apache webserver and supports https-encryption by great Let's Encrypt certificates!

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This is a debian-based image which runs an apache and get's it SSL-certificates automatically from Let's Encrypt. Now you have locally an apache running, which gets it SSL-certificates from Let's Encrypt.

https://github.com/BirgerK/docker-apache-letsencrypt

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