Deploying TLS securely is getting more complicated, rather than less.
With a short note posted on the site’s developers subreddit, reddit - the so-called "front page of the internet" - has announced that starting with June 29, the site will be served only over HTTPS.
Let's Encrypt, a non-profit certificate authority (CA) set up by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Mozilla, Cisco, Akamai, IdenTrust, and researchers at the University of Michigan, is finally ready to issue its first certificate, scheduled for next week.
The OpenSSL Project has pushed another update for the eponymous open-source cryptographic library.
Mozilla has announced they are planning to deprecate non-secure HTTP.
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