We run Oak, our CT log, to make the certificate authority ecosystem and thus Web security, better! letsencrypt.org/2019/05/15/int

We often talk about making HTTPS a reality on the Web. But what is HTTPS and how does it work? Thanks to our supporters @dnsimple for this pawsitively great explanation: howhttps.works/ 

Thank you to @wpbeginner for making online security a priority at your organization and sponsoring Let's Encrypt in 2020.

We're on track to hit 200,000,000 websites served by Let's Encrypt in 2019. letsencrypt.org/stats/

Could $1, $5, or $100 a month from you really make a global difference? It can! Just 13 folks and $3.6M provide HTTPS to nearly 200M sites, but we need your support to make it happen. Start your monthly gift for 2020 at /donate/

Last day to give in 2019! A billion people a day rely on Let's Encrypt but only a few thousand a year give to our work. Join us to make a better Web: letsencrypt.org/donate/

2019 was an incredible year for Let's Encrypt. We are thrilled to continue making the Web more secure for a billion people, every day. Check out more about what we accomplished this year in our annual report: letsencrypt.org/about/

RT if you were on a website today that uses Let's Encrypt. (Not sure? You have nearly 200,000,000 to choose from).

3 days until 2020! We are a 501(c)(3) organization and would love your year-end charitable donations to make the Web better. letsencrypt.org/donate/

Tell a friend about us and make privacy a reality for a billion people around the globe, daily. letsencrypt.org/donate/

Claudio Jeker is one of the people who works tirelessly to make the Internet better. For that, we thank him! abetterinternet.org/post/radia

Why give to Let's Encrypt? Because we want to work with you to make a more secure and privacy-respecting Web. More information about our key principles (and links to our first ever annual report) can be found here: letsencrypt.org/about/

Certificate Transparency allows your OS and browser to reject certificates that aren’t publicly logged. Certificates that someone is trying to hide are probably bad news.

We are a nonprofit organization working to make digital privacy a reality for a billion people, every day, across the globe. Join us: letsencrypt.org/donate/

What do @Wikimedia, @IBM, and the Bavarian Agency for Digitisation,
High-Speed Internet and Surveying have in common? You'll have to check out our annual report to find out. letsencrypt.org/about

We are so thankful for the 3,000+ supporters who make Let's Encrypt possible. As we grow our impact every year, we would also love to grow the number of people who give back to a more secure Web. Join us! Every dollar counts. letsencrypt.org/donate/

This August we were proud to be recognized by @OReillyMedia with the Most Impact Award at @oscon!

Our work is built upon decades of innovation in cryptography and security that reach back to the early days of the Web.

In May, we joined @MarconiSociety to toast two people who laid important groundwork for us.

When you run the world's largest CA, there's a lot of numbers & technical info. Thanks to our ED for reminding us of the humans that make it happen and those we serve all around the world! Check out @0xjosh's opening letter our first annual report abetterinternet.org/documents/

Let's be honest: If we do our job correctly, people will just enjoy the benefits of a more secure Web without having to think about it. But we still need help to keep doing what we do! Support our work? letsencrypt.org/sponsor/

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