Generating an SSL Certificate with Apache+mod_ssl Introduction This document is intended to be a quick guide to generating and installing an SSL certificate on an Apache web server with the mod_ssl module. While this is not an overly difficult process, it does involve running several long commands with numerous options.
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keytool-Key and Certificate Management Tool A certificate is a digitally signed statement from one entity (person, company, etc.), saying that the public key (and some other information) of some other entity has a particular value. (See Certificates.) When data is digitally signed, the signature can be verified to check the data integrity and authenticity.
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Knowledge Center - SSL Certificates Support This document provides instructions for generating a Certificate Signing Request on Apache. If you are unable to use these instructions for your server, Symantec recommends that you contact either the vendor of your software or an organization that supports Apache-SSL. NOTE: To generate a CSR, a key pair must be created for the server.
SSL/TLS Strong Encryption: FAQ Available Languages: en | fr The wise man doesn't give the right answers, he poses the right questions.-- Claude Levi-Strauss Configuration Is it possible to provide HTTP and HTTPS from the same server? Yes. HTTP and HTTPS use different server ports (HTTP binds to port 80, HTTPS to port 443), so there is no direct conflict between them.
frequently used SSL commands using opensslusing keytool (included in recent Sun java reference implementations) openssl generate a new private key and matching Certificate Signing Request (eg to send to a commercial CA) openssl req -out MYCSR.csr -pubkey -new -keyout MYKEY.key