Board4all.biz SSL Report

Discussion in 'Latest News / Changes' started by Challenger, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. fr

    freezefe Registered User

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    Amazing Bro..Best Wishes!
     
  2. waqasshahid

    waqasshahid Registered User

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    i love board4all so much
     
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  3. omidsolo

    omidsolo Making B4A Work 4U DEV Guild Reverser

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    Is Let's Encrypt free? Time to move from Network Solutions! :D
     
  4. Sami Khan

    Sami Khan Registered User

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    Yes

    Let's Encrypt is a free, automated, and open Certificate Authority.

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    Copied from FAQ's: https://letsencrypt.org/docs/faq/

    What does it cost to use Let’s Encrypt? Is it really free?
    We do not charge a fee for our certificates. Let’s Encrypt is a nonprofit, our mission is to create a more secure and privacy-respecting Web by promoting the widespread adoption of HTTPS. Our services are free and easy to use so that every website can deploy HTTPS.

    We require support from generous sponsors, grantmakers, and individuals in order to provide our services for free across the globe. If you’re interested in supporting us please consider donating or becoming a sponsor.

    In some cases, integrators (e.g. hosting providers) will charge a nominal fee that reflects the administrative and management costs they incur to provide Let’s Encrypt certificates.
     
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  5. omidsolo

    omidsolo Making B4A Work 4U DEV Guild Reverser

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    Got it, comparing it to the super expensive VeriSign which is symantec now!
    The last time I got SSL from Network Solutions I got a 4 years term, since I don't like yearly renewals.
    Much temptation in the price, but quarterly is much harder for lazy people like me! :rolleyes:

    I wish someday they offer free Code Signing Certificates! :D
     
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