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Does anybody know of a free CA (Certificate Authority) that is recognized by common browsers?

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Does anybody know of a free CA (Certificate Authority) that is recognized by common browsers?
posted Sep 7, 2013 by Anderson

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Not free but you can get "legit" SSL certs here for $9.00/year for one year or 7.95/year for 5 years:

answer Sep 7, 2013 by Jai Prakash
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Not free, but you can buy four SSL certs from RapidSSL certs from Trustico for ~$80/4 years.

answer Sep 7, 2013 by Bob Wise
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