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Is there any ? I've done some research but haven't found any sound (meaning easy to set up, easy to use and maintain) solution, but surely there is something I mus be missing as HTTPS world keep growing and growing.

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closed as off topic by Chris S Aug 16 '12 at 1:32

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Brent: I think you mean s/really/really not/. – larsks Aug 16 '12 at 1:32
ServerFault is not really the best place to get product recommendations. The FAQ explicitly says not to post shopping questions like this. – Brent Pabst Aug 16 '12 at 1:41
Shopping Questions are Off-Topic on any of the Stack Exchange sites. See Q&A is hard, lets go Shopping and the FAQ for more details. – Chris S Aug 16 '12 at 2:10
IF OPEN SOURCE means shopping then I'm a Jesus...THANKS for closing the topic and minus point. What I had in mind was some SW solution - I found a few which are quite complicated and was looking for something simpler. – gyre Aug 16 '12 at 12:19
if anyone is still interested in this I found an interesting way how to setup SSL Offloader/accelerator using NGINX – gyre Sep 12 '12 at 12:26

I generally think of an "ssl accelerator" as a hardware solution (so "open source" doesn't really enter into the picture)...but in broader sense, you can use any one of a number of SSL proxies (Nginx, Apache, Pound, HAProxy, stunnel, etc) to offload your SSL processing onto a system other than your backend application.

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There is such thing as open source hardware... OpenCores for ASIC design; and a wide variety of open source/design hardware projects. But I agree, he's confusing "ssl accelerator" hardware with various software systems. – Chris S Aug 16 '12 at 2:17

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