How to set up SSL with SPDY and Nginx

UPDATE: It’s about time to update this article or write a new one with the fact that there is letsencrypt now & that the SPDY protocol has been deprecated in favor of http 2.0.

Also see if you haven’t already.

Recently, I spent sometime setting up the Transport Layer Security (SSL) for the sites and each. It was simple to do and went pretty much smoothly except for a few warts here and there that I found SSL industry is generally plagued with. But more on that later.

Starting today, both Bubblin and Marvindanig sites are going to be served only on secured http a.k.a https. For the record all our traffic is now forced over TLS, and we have ensured forward secrecy as well.

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