mod_ssl module listed above gives Apache2 the ability to encrypt communications using
openssl. What this means is that your website can be accessed using https:// instead of just http:// and all communications to and from the site will be encrypted. The module is included in the main
apache2-common package, so if you installed that from the Ubuntu repositories when you installed Apache, you don’t have to install additional
Enter this to enable the module:
matthew@seymour:~$ sudo a2enmod ssl
This includes a default HTTPS configuration file, found in
/etc/apache2/sites-available/default-ssl. For HTTPS to work, a certificate and a key are required. The default configuration includes a certificate ...