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Let’s Encrypt takes free “wildcard” certificates live
2018-03-13T20:50:41+00:00 - Sean Gallagher / Ars Technica
In July of 2017, the nonprofit certificate authority Let's Encrypt promised to deliver something that would put secure websites and Web applications within reach of any Internet user: free "wildcard" certificates to enable secure HTTP connections for entire domains. And its use is required to obtain wildcard certificates. Many hosting providers already support the registration of Let's Encrypt certificates to varying degrees., Tumblr, and a few other blog platforms already directly support Let's Encrypt certificate integration for users with custom domains. But Let's Encrypt's free certificate offering hasn't been snapped up by some larger hosting providers—such as GoDaddy—who also sell SSL certificates to their customers.

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