[CentOS] selfsigned ssl certificate

Wed Apr 12 21:43:02 UTC 2006
Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists at uni-x.org>

Am Mi, den 12.04.2006 schrieb D. Ivago um 22:14:

> I need to setup a secure ssl site but I'm using a FC3 howto wich is
> not compatibel anymore wwith Centos 4.2 
> Now I removed the standard crt.key and server.key files and used the
> make testcert script in  /etc/httpd/conf to create a new one with the
> appropriate company name and such.
> But this certificate requires a passphrase everytime apache starts and
> I rather would like to remove this passphrase.
> Does anyone know a good quick and dirty howto for centos to create a
> selfsigned ssl certificate without a passphrase?
> Ivago



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