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Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Creating and working with a SSL Certificate Authority in IBM HTTP Server
With thanks to Mike Whale and his excellent blog post here: -
from which I have rippedstolen reused this content.
This article describes how to create a SSL Certificate Authority using IBM HTTP Server 184.108.40.206, and then generate and use certificates signed by this CA. Alternatively, an organisation would go to a public CA such as Verisign, or they'd have their own internal CA.