Re: [Blog] Progress Towards 100% HTTPS, June 2016
It’s nice to have lofty goals to reach for. But it is pointless, even counter productive, to have unobtainable goals.
I have trouble taking this seriously as an obtainable goal. I see it as down right ignoring reality and practicality. 100% HTTPS is far bigger than Let’s Encrypt. It involves all CA, maybe would even require world wide government enforced mandates.
Is Let’s Encrypt seriously going to take this on?
What are the foreseeable obstacles to achieving this very lofty goal of 100% HTTPS?
What actions will Let’s Encrypt undertake to remove and overcome those obstacles?
The 100% HTTPS goal stated by this blog post seems to simply ignore reality.
“Our goal with Let’s Encrypt is to get the Web to 100% HTTPS.”
Progress Towards 100% HTTPS, June 2016
Jun 22, 2016 • Josh Aas, ISRG Executive Director