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Let's Encrypt

Security and privacy on the internet is generally achieved using public key cryptography, and SSL or TLS. Getting a public key (also called a certificate) signed by a trusted source has been a fairly expensive exercise for small company, hobbyists, and open source projects. More recently, public knowledge of mass internet servalience has pushed for more security of web traffic (in particular). 

Enter Let's Encrypt. It is a certificate ...

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