SSL certificate #109

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eads opened this Issue Feb 11, 2012 · 2 comments

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eads commented Feb 11, 2012

@jdslater85, we need to buy an SSL certificate for Townsquare with staff approval so that we can stop having an ugly warning when visiting Townsquare. I'm not sure of a great place to buy from, or how to do this with webfaction but I do know it would be nice to get a "star" certificate that lets us use https for all FreeGeek domains.

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I would like to do this soon! Can we make it an agenda item for next week's staff meeting?!

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eads commented Mar 24, 2012

I would like to do this soon! Can we make it an agenda item for next week's staff meeting?!

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Our soon-to-be registrar is Gandi.net. First year registration offers a free "Standard SSL" cert for one subdomain. All-domain cert starts at $160.00 per year plus tax for "Standard SSL" cert, while one sub-domain will be ~$16.00 per year plus tax.

Comparison at: https://www.gandi.net/ssl/compare

@eads Will a "Standard SSL" cert be sufficient?

Our soon-to-be registrar is Gandi.net. First year registration offers a free "Standard SSL" cert for one subdomain. All-domain cert starts at $160.00 per year plus tax for "Standard SSL" cert, while one sub-domain will be ~$16.00 per year plus tax.

Comparison at: https://www.gandi.net/ssl/compare

@eads Will a "Standard SSL" cert be sufficient?

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