X.509 is an ITU-T standard commonly used for public key infrastructure (PKI) and for privilege management infrastructure (PMI).

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Can I restrict SSL access to Tomcat by Extended Key Usage?

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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. ...
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