Let’s Encrypt releases service securing HTTP connections via free "wildcard" certificates and the ACME v2 protocol to automate certificate request verification (Sean Gallagher/Ars Technica)

Let’s Encrypt releases service securing HTTP connections via free "wildcard" certificates and the ACME v2 protocol to automate certificate request verification (Sean Gallagher/Ars Technica)

Sean Gallagher / Ars Technica:
Let’s Encrypt releases service securing HTTP connections via free “wildcard” certificates and the ACME v2 protocol to automate certificate request verification  —  In a victory for securing Web, anybody can now get a certificate valid for every site in a domain.

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