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Feb
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comment Are there any downsides to using Let's Encrypt for a website's SSL certificates?
I'm not sure this is why big companies won't choose it. Big companies are more likely to need wildcard certs (there's some situations where you can't get around using a wildcard cert in IIS) and Let's Encrypt limits you to 5 actions/7 days per domain. So if you have a lot of servers and a lot of subdomains it could conceivably get difficult to schedule all of your renewals within the 90-day period, and that's assuming Let's Encrypt never suffers a failure that prevents signups for a few days.
Jan
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comment Are there any downsides to using Let's Encrypt for a website's SSL certificates?
You can request several domains per cert, so you can get a cert that covers wiki.example.com, mail.example.com, www.example.com, example.com. It just won't cover subdomains you don't explicitly request/verify
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answered Are there actually any advantages to Android full-disk encryption?