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Domino listed as Let’s Encrypt ACME V2 provider

Daniel Nashed  22 June 2021 20:44:03


Wow! HCL Domino is now officially listed as a fully supported Let's Encrypt ACME 2.0 provider.
I looked around it doesn't even need to hide behind reference implementations like CertBot and it is fully integrated into Domino V12 on the other side.
It's a complete own development implementing ACME RFC 8555.
Image:Domino listed as Let’s Encrypt ACME V2 provider

https://letsencrypt.org/docs/client-options/


Image:Domino listed as Let’s Encrypt ACME V2 provider


I blogged about it in detail and there was the OpenNTF webcast. And I had another session about it at AdminCamp this week.

But yes Let's Encrypt is just one of the components of the new CertMgr. And there a many other security enhancements in Domino V12.
You should really check out what has been added.

-- Daniel

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