Let's Encrypt vs VAddy: What are the differences?
What is Let's Encrypt? A free, automated, and open Certificate Authority (CA). Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority brought to you by the non-profit Internet Security Research Group (ISRG).
What is VAddy? Automated web security testing for DevOps Teams. Continuous web security testing service that connects with continuous integration (CI) tools. It allows software developers to scan their web applications for security vulnerabilities whenever and as often as they like.
Let's Encrypt and VAddy can be categorized as "Security" tools.
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The first certs we got issued were EV SSL certificates from Comodo, but we later decided that we do not want to support the whole CA-thing anymore as they constantly get abused and take tremendous amounts of cash in exchange, so we work with Let's Encrypt since over a year.
The Let’s Encrypt Client is a fully-featured, extensible client for the Let’s Encrypt CA (or any other CA that speaks the ACME protocol) that can automate the tasks of obtaining certificates and configuring webservers to use them.
We use Let's Encrypt to easily set up TLS certificates on our servers - for free and completely automated.
We use LetsEncrypt to auto-generate SSL Certificates to serve our website with https.