tests Let's Encrypt certificates

Commercial SSL certificates in general and wildcard certificates in particular are getting more expensive by the day.
And we never bothered to go through the OpenSource project checks that some certificates dealers offer.

But now there's a new player on the field, Let's Encrypt, a community project backed by some of the bigger Internet players.

Let's Encrypt just opened the beta phase to the public a few days ago, so it's time for to join in.

Due to ....

  • Let's Encrypt's restrictions (no wildcards, only 5 certs per domain per 7 days)
  • fear of using "alternate name" certificates
  • fear of cutting of apt-get, yum, mvn, ...

... we started with the following https sites:

Please feel free to report any related certificate problems you might encounter to admin at iteg dot at.