Fantastic! The same day as I was mentioning them on a post about UK HTTP sniffing logs retention perspectives, Let's encrypt sent me an invite for the closed beta I subscribed to a few weeks ago.
I'm very proud to be able to experiment early with the tools that'll help converting massive chunks of the Internet to encrypted connections for everyone.
And.. perfect timing really.
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Totally looking forward to hearing about your experiences. And the fact that IANA acknowledged the .onion TLD should make things even more interesting.
How did you apply for the beta?
Oh cool. I only just learned about this a few weeks ago.
+Scott Warner https://docs.google.com/a/letsencrypt.org/forms/d/15Ucm4A20y2rf9gySCTXD6yoLG6Tba7AwYgglV7CKHmM (Got the link from https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/beta-program-announcements/1631)
Just bought one certificate yesterday. Tell us what you think about it!
Tell us what it's like and surely England is going to make it illegal to access encrypted sites too, otherwise the new law will be useless +François Simond