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comment Are there any downsides to using Let's Encrypt for a website's SSL certificates?
Thanks! Great info
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accepted Are there any downsides to using Let's Encrypt for a website's SSL certificates?
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comment Are there any downsides to using Let's Encrypt for a website's SSL certificates?
Good points on Extended Validation certificates and Let's Encrypt's support for application servers not being clear. Regarding wildcard certificates, are there any advantages to these over just however many number of Let's Encrypt certificates? I guess one is that you don't have to set one up for every subdomain nor future new ones. Let me know if you see any other benefits. Thanks
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asked Are there any downsides to using Let's Encrypt for a website's SSL certificates?
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comment Trying to make a Django-based site use HTTPS-only, not sure if it's secure?
It might be worthwhile to mention including the HSTS header (as suggested by @that-guy-from-over-there). More on that here: mikkel.hoegh.org/blog/2010/09/09/…
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accepted Are there any extra security risks with leaving wireless enabled while ethernet is connected?
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asked Are there any extra security risks with leaving wireless enabled while ethernet is connected?
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comment Are “man in the middle” attacks extremely rare?
Link back w/ the new question if you do :)
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