Using Let's Encrypt with IIS on Windows

Posted by: Rick Strahls WebLog, on 22 Feb 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Let's Encrypt is a new open source certificate authority that promises to provide free SSL certificates in a standardized, API accessible and non-commercial way. If you've installed SSL certificates in the past, you're probably familiar with the process of signing up for a certificate with some paid for provider and then going through the manual process of swapping certificate requests and completed requests. Let's Encrypt is based on set of open service APIs that can be implemented on any platform...

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