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Clef vs ExpeditedSSL: What are the differences?

Developers describe Clef as "Two-factor authentication from the future". Clef is secure two-factor — built for consumers. Easy to use, integrate, and pay for. On the other hand, ExpeditedSSL is detailed as "The Fastest, easiest way to add SSL to your Heroku + AWS Apps". Stop pouring through MAN pages and outdated blog posts that don't take into account new requirements. With our add-on, you can go from install to confirmed installation in as little as twenty minutes: using nothing but your browser.

Clef and ExpeditedSSL can be categorized as "Security" tools.

Some of the features offered by Clef are:

  • Seamlessly secure
  • Beautifully usable
  • Secured with Touch ID

On the other hand, ExpeditedSSL provides the following key features:

  • Automatic SSL Renewal
  • Rapid Installation and Configuration
  • Integrated DNS Testing
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What is Clef?

Clef is secure two-factor — built for consumers. Easy to use, integrate, and pay for.

What is ExpeditedSSL?

Stop pouring through MAN pages and outdated blog posts that don't take into account new requirements. With our add-on, you can go from install to confirmed installation in as little as twenty minutes: using nothing but your browser.
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