Browser Certificate Error – Create Your Own CA

My home server throws an annoying SSL error whenever I visit it, and sadly a real SSL certificate issue is expensive (seems to be around £20/annum for a single site, and I have a few that I want to host)

Looks like the answer is to self certificate, and although I considered loading OpenSSL for Windows I’ve opted for an Ubuntu Desktop 10.04 x86 installation. I’ll set this up in Virtual PC (migrate to Hyper-V later) and maybe write some notes on that too.


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