Certbot is the new Client from Let’s Encrypt. It’s the successor of the previews letsencrypt-auto Tool. With a simple Webserverconfiguration it’s easy to issue and renew certificates.
Because vocoderism seemed to stopped working on his Android M Grouper firmware and the autorotate bug was still an issue I had a look for another Android Marshmallow firmware that worked well on the Nexus 7 (2012). I found a Pure Nexus version for the Nexus 7 that worked quite well.
In times were connection speed above 50 Mbit/s are normality, the transfer rate ist often not the issue when it comes to slow loading websites. Modern webpages often load many resources in the background slowing down the composition of the page on the screen.
Sometimes DNS server response times, can have a huge impact on this. Looking for faster name servers might help improve the load time of larger web pages significantly.
In the past Let’s Encrypt was only available via an invitation or by signing up to a waiting list. Starting with today Let’s Encrypt entered public beta meaning everybody can now start creating their own free certificates. General information regarding Let’s Encrypt and the differences over other CAs are covered in the article: “Let’s Encrypt initiative enters beta stage on December 3rd 2015“. Now we will start to create our own free domain validated certificates.