Creating and using a self signed SSL certificates in debian

Monday, 7 November 2005, 2:29 AM EST

This document covers a very specific, limited purpose, but one that meets a common need: preventing browser, mail, and other clients from complaining about the certificates installed on your server. Not covered is dealing with a commercial root certificate authority (CA). Instead, we will become our own root CA, and sign our own certificates.

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