Transitioning to ISRG’s Root – Let’s Encrypt

On July 8, 2019, we will change the default intermediate certificate we provide via ACME. Most subscribers don’t need to do anything. Subscribers who support very old TLS/SSL clients may want to manually configure the older intermediate to increase backwards compatibility. Since Let’s Encrypt launched, our certificates have been trusted Continue Reading

The ACME Protocol is an IETF Standard – Let’s Encrypt

It has long been a dream of ours for there to be a standardized protocol for certificate issuance and management. That dream has become a reality now that the IETF has standardized the ACME protocol as RFC 8555. I’d like to thank everyone involved in that effort, including Let’s Encrypt Continue Reading

Let’s Encrypt Root Trusted By All Major Root Programs – Let’s Encrypt

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! As of the end of July 2018, the Let’s Encrypt root, ISRG Root X1, is directly Continue Reading

Engineering deep dive: Encoding of SCTs in certificates – Let’s Encrypt

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Let’s Encrypt recently launched SCT embedding in certificates. This feature allows browsers to check that a Continue Reading

Looking Forward to 2018

Let’s Encrypt is a free SSL Certificate available and integrated with Cloud Server Webuzo, Cloud Server Plesk and Cloud Server cPanel. More details on Let’s Encrypt. Contact us to find out our latest offers! Let’s Encrypt had a great year in 2017. We more than doubled the number of active Continue Reading

Create HTTPS-based Encrypted URLs Using Routes

Introduction Let’s Encrypt is a global Certificate Authority (CA) provider. It offers domain validation certificates and allows organizations to obtain, renew, and manage SSL/TLS certificates. You can request a certificate and use it as a valid SSL/TLS certificate on your website or application requiring a valid SSL/TLS certificate, without the Continue Reading

Our Millionth Certificate

Let’s Encrypt has issued its millionth certificate. Our first million certificates are helping to secure approximately 2.4 million domains. This milestone means a lot to a team that started building a CA from scratch 16 months ago with an aim to have a real impact on the security of the Continue Reading

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