Let's Encrypt launches wildcard support
Last week Let’s Encrypt announced that wildcard support for their certificates is now live.
Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open Certificate Authority that issues HTTPS (SSL/TLS) certificates for web sites. Most users of Let’s Encrypt will take advantage of features that allow these certificates to be issued and rotated automatically (Let’s Encrypt only issues certificates for 90 days at a time).
While I use AWS Certificate Manager for most of my public facing sites, I still use Let’s Encrypt for some services so I’ll certainly be making use of this.