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"www" is not secured...what can I do to secure it?
I ran a SSL Server test here: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=www.avdisco.com. The result showed “Not secure” with a ’T’ rating. I am using cloudflare DNS manager to manage the records.
I have added one ‘A’ record with a name “www” and pointed towards my Ocean Digital Discourse domain: 220.127.116.11 and another 'A’ record with a name, “avdisco.com”. For the latter, it has a A+ plus rating but the former with “www” isn’t. How can I get this “www” to work securely and users will not get a warning page stating that the site is unsafe to proceed?
I saw the certbot command but it did not help. Sorry for the amateur question as I’m but a normal user and have little to no background of SSL and stuff.
Pls advice on what I should do in a simple step-by-step guide :)
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