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Date:      Sun, 22 Jul 2012 08:36:51 +0100
From:      Matthew Seaman <>
Subject:   Re: setting up an openssl client/server
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In-Reply-To: <20120722063818.GA2445@tinyCurrent>
References:  <20120721155922.GA4774@tinyCurrent> <> <20120722063818.GA2445@tinyCurrent>

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On 22/07/2012 07:38, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> What it is missing, as well in the pages of and
>, is a complete step by step guide to make certificates
> and keys to SSL a simple client/server communition, or at least I can't=

> see them.

I've found TinyCA (ports: security/tinyca) to be simple and easy to use
for setting up a personal certification authority.  Just remember not to
fill in the e-mail field when creating a HTTPS server cert if you want
the filename of the cert to be based on the site URL.



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