Update 05.12.2015: Let’s Encrypt without ssh and renew/revoke instructions
Today the SSL certificate from the top SSL providers costs ~$50-100 – big money for non-commercial websites and bloggers. But some peoples can change it just now. In this article I try to describe a practical guide for getting a
free as a beer certificate for your blog, website or e-mail. There are two ways:
Let’s Encrypt – certificate authority that provides free X.509 certificates for TLS encryption. Founders and sponsors – Electronic Frontier Foundation(EFF), Akamai, Mozilla Foundation, Cisco, Linux Foundation and many others. Let’s Enrypt own a RSA root certificate cross-signed by an IdenTrust certificate authority.
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