Here is my Certified CAcert Assurer certificate, which has been digitally signed by CAcert education officer Bernhard Froehlich. Verifying his digital signature on that PDF is a little more difficult than one might hope, as neither Preview on OS X or the GNOME equivalent have any such facility. The only PDF viewer I know of [...]
CAcert, at http://www.cacert.org/, is a Certifying Authority which issues SSL certificates. The important thing as opposed to Thawte, Verisign and the rest is that CAcert don’t charge you. At all.
How does that work then? Well, unlike the others, CAcert works on the “web of trust” model. CAcert users whose identity and reliability they are [...]
As some of you may know, we have a CurrentCost meter in our house. And we both have iPhones. So it seemed obvious to provide a method to display the power usage of our house in an iPhone-compatible way so that we can check up on things while we’re out.