r-militante at northwestern.edu
Tue Apr 22 14:19:58 PDT 2003
hi thanks for the replies
so - mod_ssl gets rid of the annoying popup warnings?
is verisign the best, or cheapest option as far as commercial server certificates?
In the gothic chambers of the underworld on Tue, Apr 22, 2003 at 02:14:17PM -0700, Philip Hallstrom darkly muttered:
> This is exactly what mod_ssl is for. Follow the instructions in the
> mod_ssl docs on how to create your own certificate (self-signed if you
> don't want ot pay for one).
> I do it (self-signed) for web-based email where I don't care if the users
> get a popup about the certificate not being trusted (this is solvable if
> you have them install all your certificates).
> On Tue, 22 Apr 2003, Redmond Militante wrote:
> > hi
> > possibly dumb question:
> > i have a website that i'd like to serve over https:// instead of http://
> > i'm using apache 1.3.27 freebsd 4.8
> > can i use something like mod_ssl for this? do i have to purchase a server certificate off a company like verisign?
> > thanks for any advice you can give
> > redmond
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