Apache

  • SSL version 2 hasn't been used as default protocol for years now, but is often found activated to support legacy-products. However, it can also be a considerable security risk. Many websites...

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  • If the private key is password protected, Apache will need this password when starting. This can be a problem, if the serts restarts without someone being present to enter this...

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  • Server Name Indication (SNI) is a feature that extends the SSL and TLS protocols to indicate what hostname the client is attempting to connect to at the start of the...

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  • Preparation Copy the certificate to the folder in which the certificates are save, and where the private key is stored. In the manual for creating the CSR through OpenSSL /etc/ssl/cert/ is used. The...

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  • This tutorial is for both Apache 1.x en 2.x. It's required to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) when you need to order a certificate. This CSR can be generated together...

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  • Preparation Copy the certificates to the host, in the same directory as where the private key is kept. The manual for generating the CSR via OpenSSL uses /etc/ssl/cert/ as example. The...

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  • This tutorial is for both Apache 1.x en 2.x. It's required to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) when you need to order a certificate. This CSR can be generated together...

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  • After issuing the certificate shall be sent by e-mail. The certificate can also be downloaded in the Control Panel. The certificate file has the same name as the domain name which...

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  • Creating the Certificate DataBase Execute the following command to create the certificate database: certutil -N -d /path/to/certificate/The option /path/to/certificate/ should be the filepath to where you want to store the certificate.The...

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SSLCheck

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