A public-key certificate states that a specific public key belongs to a specific identity. Use this tag for all questions on certificates and authentication of public keys (not public-key authentication, which is authentication _using_ public-keys). If certificates are not a central issue in your ...

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Failed to sign CSR with the CA root key

I'm trying to implement Mutual Certificate Authentication , I have to be the CA and server at the same time , generate certificates and sign them for users. and I'm following this tutorial which is a ...
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How to add my own created certificate authority to system trusted repositories

I was told that I can add my created CA to trusted repositories/authorities in my system instead of adding it from browser and configuring in in ssl.conf. Yet I can't find anything similar on the ...
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Configuring Apache to Require a Client Certificate

I want to implement mutual authentication (two - way ) with apache web server. References : 1.Failed to sign CSR with the CA root key 2.Firefox error message when adding client certificate ...
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Firefox error message when adding client certificate signed by CA

I'm getting this message when I'm trying to add a certificate to Firefox's "your certificate tab". I generated and signed it before by a server which also is a CA. Failed to decode the file. ...
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SSL Configurations for Intermediate certificate

I had implement a mutual certificate authentication and it worked successfully for following steps : create root ca (self-signed) create server certificate and sign it with ca private key create ...
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Generating server and client certificates with multiple hostnames

When starting up my Puppet Master for the first time, it automatically generates its own server certificate, which is awesome. My server's hostname is kungfumaster and the Puppet Master generates a ...