HTTPS for you … and you … and you

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Encryption is a white hot topic these days with privacy violations and security breaches becoming the norm. SSL certificates are expensive though, are they not?

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Besides Electronic Frontier Foundation’s HTTPS Everywhere there is The Linux Foundation‘s project entitled to encrypt 100% of the internet, Let’s Encrypt which left BETA recently and issued its two-millionth sponsored SSL certificate. If you feel like reading in depth about encrypting your traffic, there is a great guide over at pixelprivacy.com covering much more than just SSL.

And if you are looking for webhosting Made in Germany with Let’s Encrypt certificates available with one click you should take a look at all-inkl.com. I’ve yet to find a more reliable, responsive and plain awesome web hosting partner than these lovely folks. Read my review here.

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