[Ach] opinions on letsencrypt.org?
torsten.gigler at owasp.org
Tue Nov 25 11:22:33 CET 2014
there has been a discussion on the OWASP Community Mailing-List, too:
'[Owasp-community] Free and open certificate authority coming in 2015'.
2014-11-25 11:09 GMT+01:00 L. Aaron Kaplan <kaplan at cert.at>:
> Hi *,
> A couple of days, I stumbled across https://letsencrypt.org/. Somehow it
> highly reminded me of cacert.org.
> On the other hand, they seem to be going further by automating SSL
> certificate creation, CSR signing etc. while doing less work on the WoT
> part of cacert.org.
> Did someone here look into letsencrypt.org in more detail and could you
> share your impressions?
> Could this be a cacert.org version 2.0? Or an startssl.com killer? 
> More details on how it works: https://letsencrypt.org/getinvolved/,
> My gut feeling tells me that DANE is probably a better tech.... but so was
> Curious about your feedback.
>  BTW: my apologies for the still missing updated git.bettercrypto.org
> certificate! The reason is that startssl.com says they signed the CSR but
> I seem not to be able to download the .pem certificate. Something went
> wrong with most probably the SSL client certificate to authenticate me.
> Might have to switch to a different CA :(
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