Your example was extremely helpful!! I just installed today, and within the resulting files are the various 'snakeoil' files. And I don't see any problem in the ssl. Use this form to report bugs related to the Community. When I execute the command:
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Posted by cpankonien We need to make a few changes here to ensure that our SSL certificate is correctly applied to our site.
Do not enter your personal name here. The next step is to modify your virtualhosts to use it. Posted by simms Please look at http: I'd suggest that you have some other changes present in your Apache2 setup which is causing this. We're now done with the changes within wpache actual VirtualHost block.
Generate CSR for Apache modSSL
The certificate will store some basic information about your site, and will be accompanied by a key file that allows the server to securely handle encrypted data. See the Apache documentation for details. So I installed Apache httpd a while ago and have recently come back to it to try setup SSL and get it serving several different tomcat servers. The certificate system also assists users in verifying the identity of the sites that they are connecting with.
You will notice some extra dialogues as a result, which can be addressed by using your own self-signed certificate. Generate a new key apachw making sure it doesn't have a passphrase. Posted by jsabater Is that setup too?
I'm a real estate broker non-tech variety and run a web site containing a rental application that is not secure. I have two appointments to the same server and intend to use the same certificate.
Setting up an SSL server with Apache2
First, uncomment the DocumentRoot line and edit the address in quotes to the location of your site's document root. Wonderfully clear article in the great Scottish tradition.
You might have edited the wrong conf file. If the request is intended for an Extended Validation certificate or a certificate with a validity period beyond December 31,the bit key length will need to be selected. What boggles me is why the paache method seems to be the preferred one yet it clearly does not work! Generating an SSL certificate for Apache2 may be accomplished using the apache2-ssl-certificate script. So I would ask you for my problem: Hi, in your previous article on apache2 before it was packagedthere was a line saying: