Let's Encrypt - An Automated Certificate Authority to Encrypt the Entire Web

Josh Aas
Josh Aas
Richard Barnes
Richard Barnes
Benton Case
Benton Case
Peter Eckersley
Peter Eckersley
Alan Flores-López
Alan Flores-López
Jacob Hoffman-Andrews
Jacob Hoffman-Andrews
James Kasten
James Kasten
Eric Rescorla
Eric Rescorla
Seth D. Schoen
Seth D. Schoen
Brad Warren
Brad Warren

CCS, pp. 2473-2487, 2019.

Cited by: 5|Bibtex|Views22|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/3319535.3363192
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Abstract:

Let's Encrypt is a free, open, and automated HTTPS certificate authority (CA) created to advance HTTPS adoption to the entire Web. Since its launch in late 2015, Let's Encrypt has grown to become the world's largest HTTPS CA, accounting for more currently valid certificates than all other browser-trusted CAs combined. By January 2019, it ...More

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