The Independent Public Revenue Authority announced last week the replacement of our well-known Taxisnet by the new myAADE platform.
The new site myAADE, according to AADE, which owns the page, is a platform with a new friendly digital environment for serving the public.
So today I visited the page as a good citizen to be informed about my debts (yes it happens to the best families).
With the perversion of the "profession" that occupies me, I decided to take a look at the security certificates used by the Greek State.
I was glad to find out that her site myAADE platform does not use a free certificate from Lets Encrypt.
But what happens to the majority of gov.gr sites?
Too many sites in the Greek government domain use free certs. See the list:
The above list proves that Greece (like iGuRu.gr) is looking for cheap security solutions. However, we do not store the personal data of Greece and we use a Wildcard certificate of Lets Encrypt only for the logins of the authors.
Fortunately for the taxis login there is a paid security certificate