I submitted the request last night. Maybe it takes a few days to
activate. Big thanks for mentioning the letsencrypt.org
have been interested in this sort of thing for a while and attended a
few talks about this. There seems to be a lot of white-magic meaning
lots of people with different terms and views. Practical demos and
experience are the sort of thing that help me most with accompanying
diagrams - the links on the above website are useful and informative.
It is a large project with quite a steep learning curve ... I'll share
my experience when it happens.
There is a parallel with email encryption - I have it on one of my
addresses but the uptake is slow. I got part way through preparing a
mini demo several months ago but ran out of steam. I use my website for
sharing some ideas with selected groups and I have too many orphan pages
(maybe at my vintage I have too many identities...)
On 03/06/16 00:51, Jason White via luv-talk wrote:
Russell Coker via luv-talk <luv-talk(a)luv.asn.au>
They usually only allow one DNS name so they can
make you pay more for a
second or for a wildcard certificate.
That's why letsencrypt.org
and similar initiatives are long over due and also
I would only pay for a certificate that had a real identity verification
service behind it (requiring, e.g., presentation of government-approved ID).
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