Greg Hewgill (ghewgill) wrote,
Greg Hewgill
ghewgill

thawte web-of-trust shut down, what next?

Since Thawte has shut down their free Personal Email Certificates program, there doesn't appear to be a free community-driven replacement for S/MIME certificates. Thawte VeriSign offers personal email certificates for US$20 per year, but no thanks.

It looks like we're back to the tried-and-true PGP for no-cost secure person-to-person communications.
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