Pepper&Carrot is now SSL secure

Did you see the new little green padlock on the address bar of your web-browser? It's because I decided to invest time into increasing the security of the website. With this protocol, I'm sure that your browsing experience is both safe and reliable on Pepper&Carrot now.

"Transport Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), both frequently referred to as "SSL", are cryptographic protocols that provide communications security over a computer network. [...] The Transport Layer Security protocol aims primarily to provide privacy and data integrity between two communicating computer applications." - Wikipedia.

Thank you to the team of contributors on the IRC channel for the quick test this morning.
If you find more issues, let me know in the comments.


link   Alan Hardman     - Reply

Good choice with Let's Encrypt. No reason to pay for SSL these days unless you need an EV cert!

link   ffbnm     - Reply

All seems good. Do not forget to renew your cert ;)

link   Michi     - Reply

Very nice and configured good. You get an A in Qualys SSLLabs: …

link   Grayson Jacobs     - Reply

Thank you so much David! Security is so important nowadays. Let's Encrypt is awesome too! :)

link   HTTPS     - Reply

Merci ! ♥

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