Commit 4c648889 authored by Gus's avatar Gus 🍕
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Minor fix

parent b8ff63da
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ No certificate authority is required for this proof, because that name is the ac
As ".onion" is a [special top level domain name](, most Certificate Authorities don't have support for issuing X.509 certificates for onion sites.
Right now, HTTPS certificates are only provided by
- [DigiCert]( with an Extended Validation (EV) TLS certificate, which means a considerable cost for an organization.
- [Harica]( with Domain Validation (DV) TLS certificates.
- [HARICA]( with Domain Validation (DV) TLS certificates.
That said, there are some specific cases where you would need or want to have an HTTPS for your onion site.
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