While implementing features of the certificate planner, we have added a few handy features to the KeyChest spot checker as well. It is now much more than just a tool to check when a website certificate expires.
Continue reading SSL certificates – 7 Free Spot Checks in one go – KeyChest →
We have been using Letsencrypt certificates for a year now. As it is free, we have been constantly increasing the number of services using it. I personally like the three months validity as it makes renewals a “business as usual” task, rather than incidents. But it doesn’t happen through magic.
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We decided for OpenVPN to build secure connections to our Private Spaces. We braced for difficulties, but that was only the beginning. The point of this post is that integration testing does make a difference. And that OpenVPN is a very nice tool!
Continue reading Think OpenVPN is easy? Think again as it’s worth it →
I have come across Troy Hunt’s article yesterday about getting an EV certificate. His initial assumption is that EV certificate actually proves something, unlike many other seals of “security”. But is it really worth spending $80+/year?
Continue reading EV Certificates – Value for Money? Incl. Troy Hunt Q&A →
We introduce an integration plugin for Let’s Encrypt. It provides integration for a variety of mechanisms that enable and simplify verification of domain control and certificate installation. We already tested it with Dehydrated (former letsencrypt.py) . It supports all existing verification methods: DNS, HTTP and TLS-SNI, in their current versions “01”.
Continue reading How Certbot and Letsencrypt Work (DNS and SNI-TLS automation) →