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IIS Client Authentication without a CDP

I'm running IIS 7.5 on Win2k8, and am trying to configure 2-way SSL. I've turned Require Client Certificate on in IIS, I've installed a valid root certificate in my local machine's trusted root store, ...
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DER encoded hash

according to the manpage of stunnel4 the certificates in this directory should be named XXXXXXXX.0 where XXXXXXXX is the hash value of the DER encoded subject of the cert (the first 4 bytes of the ...
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How can I renew the SSL certificate used on our Exchange server?

According to the MSDN article Renew an Exchange Certificate, I'm supposed to use Get-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint 'AD19B141228C7CF98B5F78DCED978B7C45E15434' | New-ExchangeCertificate ...
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Detect unencrypted SSL keys

I have an OpenVPN server installed on a Debian machine. Is there a way to find which of the keys have been created without being encrypted with a password, so as to replace them?
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openssl Subject Public Key Info: RSA Public Key: (1024 bit) vs Public Key: (1024 bit)

I have a couple of certificates whose format seem pretty similar except for one thing I have checked the details of the cert by using the following openssl command openssl x509 -in certname -text ...
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How do I set up the DN for a SSL cert with a hostname of greater than 64 characters?

Everywhere I read says to have the server hostname in the commonName field and the subjectAltName field. The problem is that the hostname that I want to sign has greater than 64 characters. Therefore, ...
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Alternatives to a Trusted Root certificate

Given a SSL-protected site that was formerly whitelisted (Allow from x.x.x.x etc), and and a requirement from a customer to change the way authentication works, to use X.509 HTTPS Client verification. ...
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Error while converting der private key to pem

I have DER private key and certificate. I need to convert them to PEM format. Certificate converted normally, but when i try to convert key this error happens: # openssl x509 -in client-key.der ...
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Can you re-use a SSL certificate across platforms?

Let's say I want to buy a wildcard SSL that I can use for web servers, spanning across a multitude of different servers and platform. I could issue a CSR for each and every one of them, with their ...
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Renew SSL client certificates

For a internally used webbased software, which must be available from everywhere, I have created client certificates which are installed in the browsers of authorized consumers. Now, with 2012 being ...
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Exchange 2010 can't find SSL certificate that exists

I'm trying to set up TLS for the POP3 server in the Exchange CAS role. I purchased a cert from NameCheap, and the CA path is fully trusted, and installed it within the Certificates MMC snap-in ...
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Any open source web based X509 PKI tool? [closed]

Want to setup a CA, but it's hard to find a good web based X509 PKI tool, any recommend?
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4answers
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Is there a provider that offers free SSL certificates that don't give a warning in Firefox 4?

I am looking to install SSL certificates for frequently used https services. I used to use StartSSL for this, but they "temporarily" stopped offering their services. I wonder if there are any other ...
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Is a Self Signed SSL Certificate a False Sense of Security?

Is a Self Signed SSL certificate a false sense of security? If you are being eavesdropped, the user will simply accept the certificate like he/she always does.
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Installing x509 certificates into CF8 Java store

I have a remote Redhat Postgresql box running SSL-enabled. I can successfully connect securely via my desktop in pgAdmin3 at least. I'm using keytool to install the certificate(s) in different ...
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Save Remote SSL Certificate via Linux Command Line

Can you think of any linux command-line method for saving the certificate presented by a HTTPS server? Something along the lines of having curl/wget/openssl make a SSL connection and save the cert ...
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Configuring a Unified Communications Certificate for many virtual hosts running in Jetty

I have a single IP with Jetty serving up X sites on port 80. Basically you can sign up for our service, then point your domain www.mycompany.com to that IP, and Jetty will serve up your custom site. ...