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index [2013/03/07 16:45]
admin removed jabber section until web signup is available
index [2013/03/08 12:18]
admin donate for commercial wildcard cert
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 It is likely that you were forced to click through a scary certificate warning for this site, and any hosted wiki. We use certificates signed by the community-driven non-commercial (and excellent) [[http://​www.cacert.org/​index.php?​id=3|CAcert]]. They are as safe as commercially signed certificates (or safer even!). The CA cartel does not want you to know about the alternative,​ so most browsers don't come with CAcert. But hey, great news: You can add their root certificates into your browser with only a few clicks. You should do so [[https://​www.cacert.org/​index.php?​id=3|right away]]! It is likely that you were forced to click through a scary certificate warning for this site, and any hosted wiki. We use certificates signed by the community-driven non-commercial (and excellent) [[http://​www.cacert.org/​index.php?​id=3|CAcert]]. They are as safe as commercially signed certificates (or safer even!). The CA cartel does not want you to know about the alternative,​ so most browsers don't come with CAcert. But hey, great news: You can add their root certificates into your browser with only a few clicks. You should do so [[https://​www.cacert.org/​index.php?​id=3|right away]]!
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 +We would not mind to use a commercially signed certificate. If you want to donate towards this, feel free. ($60 per year)
  
 ===== Privacy ===== ===== Privacy =====
  
 We value the privacy of users and visitors. Our servers don't log IP addresses at all. The rest of the logs are only kept for a short time (to help us fix problems), and safely "​shredded"​ afterwards. We value the privacy of users and visitors. Our servers don't log IP addresses at all. The rest of the logs are only kept for a short time (to help us fix problems), and safely "​shredded"​ afterwards.