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Re: How create 2 server mod-ssl certificates

Tue, 07 May 2002 17:25:01 +0200
 Manuel Segura <manuel.segura@escpi.cnam.fr> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am creating some server mod-ssl certificates using the script 
> mod-ssl-makecert.
I used to do it wih openssl. For example
bash:~$ openssl genrsa -des3 -rand /dev/random -out www.domain.tld.key 1024 
generates your key,
bash:~$ openssl req -new -key www.virtualhost.com.key -out www.domain.tld.csr 
creates a request for certificate,
bash:~$ openssl x509 -req -days 30 -in www.domain.tld.csr
    -signkey www.domain.tld.key -out www.domain.tld.crt
creates a self-signed certificate valid thirty days.

With ApacheSSL it is slightly different than with mod_ssl, but man openssl is a good choice. I hope i could help you along

just try, Michael

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