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2014-09-16 01:50:21.584544+00 by Dan Lyke 7 comments

Ugh. Hate dumbed down marketing crap: Which @namecheap Comodo cert gives me three or so SNI certs cheapest?

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#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-16 11:34:06.281385+00 by: meuon


#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-16 14:25:56.28127+00 by: Dan Lyke

Which one of their products is SNI and not SHA-1?

#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-16 14:28:30.371409+00 by: Dan Lyke

(I should note that I put "flutterby.com" and "flutterby.net" into the Trustico "Click To Find The Perfect Product" field and it wanted to sell me something for $329/year that incuded "... Free Norton™ Secured Seal", and I can tell you that anything that wants to put a Norton product after the pink shirt book into my life is wrong.

#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-16 17:51:55.025754+00 by: meuon

Startssl.com was a pain to get setup with. They take your identity verification seriously, and it's a pain. But after that, easily the most unique and best place to do SSL certs and more. Once you pay for the identity bit, the rest is included as part of that. Wildcards or single host certs are all included if they are YOUR domains (or you are technical contact for them at least). Worth doing.

#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-16 18:35:51.385623+00 by: Dan Lyke

Huh. Okay, whatever I was typing in earlier was redirecting to Trustico, but now it's going to StartSSL.com. Anyway, I'll see about getting that working.

#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-18 16:36:07.312066+00 by: Dan Lyke

Digging further, looks like StartSSL is limited to SHA1? Which means that any certs gotten from there will soon be deprecated in many browsers.

#Comment Re: made: 2014-09-18 16:37:19.199868+00 by: Dan Lyke

Whoops, maybe not. This is too damned complex: https://www.schneier.com/blog/...ves/2013/11/microsoft_retir.html