Diving into the debate of free and paid wildcard SSL certificate providers with ‘Let’s Encrypt SSL vs Wildcard SSL’
The best things in life are free. This might be true for many things, but what if that free thing came with a bunch of hassles and ineffective elements? Would it still be the best? If you really need this “thing,” then the paid version just might be better.
Confused or having a hard time choosing between Comodo CA and Let’s Encrypt? Well, here are some key things to consider
Let’s Encrypt vs Comodo CA — this has become one of the most head-scratching debates for people looking for an ideal SSL/TLS certificate for their website. As you’re reading this post right now, you must be in the same boat. And as far as we can tell, you’re headed in the right direction. In this post, we’ll help you learn about Comodo CA and Let’s Encrypt — two of the most popular certificate authorities (CAs) on the internet.
Is a free multi domain SSL certificate really possible? Sure. Almost anything is possible. But much like some popular fashion styles and creations, because you can make something (free) doesn’t mean you should. And, furthermore, like many free things, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s something that is of good quality.
Why extended validation is not something that comes cheap for site security
It’s no secret that people love free things. A complimentary breakfast at a hotel. A free estimate for a service job. A free sample of food at the grocery store. This “I want it free” mindset even spills over into the IT security world with the idea of a free EV SSL. It’s such a popular topic that we already wrote an article on the topic of free SSL certificates vs paid SSL certificates.