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Discussion in 'Domains, DNS, Email & SSL Certificates' started by Andy, Nov 20, 2014.
Sounds interesting. Thoughts @eva2000 ?
You probably overlook this @eva2000
Just found it.. interesting indeed
looks like from the info on their site it's for apt-get (Debian/ubuntu) How It Works so I assume they expect the default Debian Apache or Nginx setup APT repository type installs/structure for it to automate ?
Also letsencrypt/lets-encrypt-preview · GitHub confirms it's for Ubuntu and Apache and Thoughts on RPM builds? · Issue #15 · letsencrypt/lets-encrypt-preview · GitHub
Also no support for Wildcards for letsencrypt.org yet Do you support Wildcard Subdomain · Issue #66 · letsencrypt/lets-encrypt-preview · GitHub
So for now I'd probably stick with my US$39/yr Wildcard SSL certificates + Centmin Mod LEMP Nginx SPDY SSL
For convenience and price letsencrypt sounds easy to setup, but if you had 30 subdomains to cover with https, you'd need to setup 30 certificates versus 1x SSL wildcard certificate
Nice blog commentary The Problems with the Let's Encrypt Project · raindog308
letsencrypt schedule has been delayed and pushed back Updated Let's Encrypt Launch Schedule
How is it possible that letsencrypt.org site using Nginx with HTTP/2 draft 14? :/
i believe they could be behind a proxy like Google PageSpeed's service with custom headers or something
I think that service is already closed?
yeah closed August 3, 2015 Turndown information for PageSpeed Service | PageSpeed Service | Google Developers
It could be using another http/2 enabled web proxy as well.
But yeah can't wait to have http/2 added to Nginx
okay found what they're using - they're using Akamai services https://blogs.akamai.com/2015/02/with-http2-akamai-introduces-next-gen-web.html
Hmm read Everyone can make their website HTTPS for free | _ck_ says... and didn't know that letsencrypt intend to expire SSL certificates every 90 days ! so you need to regenerate them every 3 months !
I have like 80+ subdomains covered on SSL wildcard certificates. I am not re-generating 81 letsencrypt certs every 3 months
That's really bad.
from Maximum (and minimum) certificate lifetimes? - Issuance and Renewal - Let's Encrypt Community Support
more hoops to go through What's the difference between LetsEncrypt and Traditional CA? - Issuance and Renewal - Let's Encrypt Community Support
Ta da SSL - Letsencrypt SSL certificate on Centmin Mod Nginx HTTP/2 | Centmin Mod Community
More from Seth at EFF/letsencrypt at Seth Schoen - Let's encrypt! — GNU MediaGoblin