Is it possible to implement HTTPS for the brighter future? For example, these guys even offer a disgustingly free one: http://www.startssl.com/
It would be horrible if KGB, employer or some kind of international conspiracy discover that I read DQN all day. There are probably some other users who need this protection as well.
I'm not keen on StartSSL because after a year you have to start paying, meaning we are back to square one. CACert looks promising - I will look into it.
https://letsencrypt.org/ will be launching in september. any chance of progress on this when that happens? it's completely free, and unlike cacert, will be trusted by default by browsers.
Very interesting. Maybe I can use this, when it launches.
I would like to do a server-wide update before sorting out SSL. I'll try and get it all done over the Christmas break. Meanwhile there might be website downtime.
What's the update on this?
It would be nice to have this.