Only because SSL terms get interchanged and often used incorrectly (ie,
Certificate, Certificate Authority, Certificate Signing Request, etc)
causing confusion, I'd like to correct the this just for the archives.
You don't create a certificate and send it to your SSL provider, you create
a Certificate Signing Requesting (CSR)
On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 2:01 PM, Raul A Jager W <raul@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You need to go to: http://(your_i:server):2001 and folow links to DCM
(Digital Certificate manager)
The procees is a little long, you better look at a manual, first you
create a certificate, then you send that to the "certifying Autority"
and when they respond, you load the answer.
On 08/02/2014 11:28 AM, Mark S Waterbury wrote:
Do a google search for "use SSL with CGIDEV2" (without quotes).
On 8/2/2014 10:01 AM, tim.dclinc@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
i have a web application that i wrote using Giovanni Perotti's CGI
easy400. I need to secure the site using SSL.
I was sent a file (xxx.yyy.com.cer) that was generated from Network
Solutions Certificate Authority.
Can someone explain the process to make my site SSL?
Http Server Apache/2.2.11(i5)
Certificate: xxx.yyy.com.cer (supplied to me from Network Solutions).
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