Posts Tagged ‘ACME’

Deploy360@IETF99, Day 5: Kdo se moc ptá, moc se dozví

There’s a couple of sessions of interest on the last day of IETF 99 before we say na shledanou to the City of a Hundred Spires. Both sessions are running in parallel on the Friday morning starting at 09.30 CEST/UTC+2. ACME will continue to discuss the ACME specification, as well as the addition of CAA checking Read more…


Deploy360@IETF98, Day 4: IPv6, IoT & ACME

Thursday at week IETF 98 in Chicago is another mix of IPv6, the Internet-of-Things and TLS-related working groups. Each day we’re bringing you blog posts pointing out what Deploy360 will be focusing on. The first session of the day is 6MAN which has a last call on updates to the IPv6 specification as currently defined in RFC 2460, RFC 4291, Read more…


Deploy360@IETF98, Day 1: IoT, IPv6, DNSSEC & TLS

It’s a busy week IETF 98 in Chicago, and we’ll be bringing you daily blog posts that highlight what Deploy360 will be focused on during that day. And Monday is the busiest day, with a couple of working groups on the Internet-of-Things, along with sessions relevant to IPv6, DNSSEC and TLS. The day kicks off at 09.00 CDT/UTC-6 with Homenet which is developing protocols Read more…


Deploy360@IETF97, Day 3: IoT, PKI & Still More IPv6

Wednesday at IETF 97 in Seoul is another busy day, with the primary focus being on the Internet-of-Things, but with other relevant sessions on PKI and routing. Each day we’re bringing you blog posts pointing out what Deploy360 will be focusing on. The day opens with a choice between the Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks and Global Routing Operations Working Groups on Wednesday morning at Read more…


Deploy360@IETF95, Day 1: IPv6, TLS, SIDR, DNSSD, ACME & REGEXT

IETF95 Hackathon participants

It’s a very busy first day for the Deploy360 team at IETF 95 in Buenos Aires with our focus areas of IPv6, DNSSEC, securing BGP and TLS all having sessions during the day. Throughout this week at IETF 95 we’ll be bringing you these daily blog posts that point out what we are focused on during Read more…


Let’s Encrypt hits 1 million certificates

Early last week, Let’s Encrypt issued its one millionth certificate, a impressive achievement considering it only entered its public beta phase just over three months ago. Let’s Encrypt is a new trusted Certificate Authority (CA) offering free digital certificates used for securing servers for use with TLS applications such as secure web browsing and online financial transactions. In fact, the Read more…


Let’s Encrypt Today

Let’s Encrypt enters public beta today, which means anyone can now sign-up for free digital certificates. Let’s Encrypt is a new trusted Certificate Authority (CA) that aims to bring down the costs of configuring secure servers in order to increase overall deployment of TLS. This initiative offers more than just free certificates though, as it also supports automation to Read more…


Let’s Encrypt certificates tested in go6lab

Since the announcement of the Let’s Encrypt project, we’ve been enthusiastic about the idea of having an open and transparent Certification Authority (CA) that could show other CA’s that it’s possible to run a certificates business and keep it free for everyone! So, after the Closed Beta programme was announced, we managed to get involved and secure our web Read more…


RIPE 71 – Highlights from Day 1

The RIPE 71 meeting is happening this week in Bucharest and each day we’ll be highlighting the presentations and activities related to the Deploy360 technologies. To kick-off, is the interesting initiative presented by Randy Bush during the opening plenary on the Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME). Currently only between 40% and 60% of web and e-mail traffic is encrypted over Read more…