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Clef vs SSLMate: What are the differences?

Developers describe Clef as "Two-factor authentication from the future". Clef is secure two-factor — built for consumers. Easy to use, integrate, and pay for. On the other hand, SSLMate is detailed as "Buy SSL Certificates from the Command Line. Automate your renewals". SSLMate is the easiest way for developers and sysadmins to buy SSL certificates.

Clef and SSLMate can be categorized as "Security" tools.

Some of the features offered by Clef are:

  • Seamlessly secure
  • Beautifully usable
  • Secured with Touch ID

On the other hand, SSLMate provides the following key features:

  • No complicated openssl commands.
  • Certs delivered straight to your server.
  • Automatic renewals with cron.
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    Really easy to use
  • 2
    Basic plan is free forever
  • 2
    Looks all cyber-y when using
  • 2
    Easy setup

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What is Clef?

Clef is secure two-factor — built for consumers. Easy to use, integrate, and pay for.

What is SSLMate?

SSLMate is the easiest way for developers and sysadmins to buy SSL certificates.

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