Let’s Encrypt’s SSL certificate service launch marked a milestone for the open Web last year when it became the first major service to offer valid certificates for free.
Now, just a few months past general availability, the group has passed more than 1 million issued certificates in use across the Web.
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Now that it’s easier than ever to get a security certificate for any website there are few excuses to not use one – even blogs should leverage HTTPS, because it prevents people from monitoring visitors’ browsing habits and any information they share.
Given that both Chrome and Firefox are testing changes that will mark sites that contain forms and no HTTPS as insecure, now’s the time to consider making the switch before that happens.