HTTPS enables privacy and integrity by default. It is going to be next big thing. The internet’s standards bodies, web browsers, major tech companies, and the internet community of practice have all come to understand that HTTPS should be the baseline for all web traffic. Ultimately, the goal of the internet community is to establish encryption as the norm, and to phase out unencrypted connections. Investing in HTTPS makes it faster, cheaper, and easier for everyone.
Free SSL certificate for all
You can get your free ssl cert with Let’s Encrypt project. It is a certificate authority that launched on April 12, 2016 that provides free X.509 certificates for Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption. See how to configure and use Let’s Encrypt TLS on a Ubuntu or Debian Linux:
In this tutorial, I will explain how to use Let’s Encrypt to install a free SSL certificate for Nginx web server along with how to properly deploy Diffie-Hellman on your nginx server to get SSL labs A+ score.