Apache and SSL: Generating a CSR and self-signed certificate

Wednesday, 3 June 2009, 1:39 PM EST

For this week’s tutorial, I decided to set up a secure web server using Apache on my Windows system. This time, I will be covering generation of the certificate signing request (CSR) and a temporary self-signed certificate. If you would like to try this yourself, make sure that when you download Apache, OpenSSL is included.

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