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Re: SSL Encryption
Reply #15 - Sep 2nd, 2016 at 3:01am
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On 1 September 2016, AntiPolygraph.org began using a new SSL certificate issued by Let's Encrypt with the following specifications:

Issue date: 1 September 2016

Expiration date: 30 November 2016

SHA-256 Fingerprint: 6D:5A:81:3A:5B:44:D0:2C:1A:16:FB:B4:7B:E1:92:4A:C8:32:C1:4E:C8:4B:BF:11:C9:10:F4
:7E:02:DB:06:25

SHA-1 Fingerprint: 32:45:B8:47:75:78:7B:B2:F6:94:73:A1:73:59:A9:28:36:01:6B:87

A new 4096-bit secret key was created for use with this certificate. It was generated on and has never left AntiPolygraph.org's server. The old 4096-bit secret key associated with our previous SSL certificate has been deleted.


Calomel SSL Validation continues to give AntiPolygraph.org a "100%" rating, and Qualys SSL Labs continues to give AntiPolygraph.org an "A+" rating.
  

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