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1) You can buy a Webserver certificate, it will work. 2) If the CN (blog.domain.com) is the same, it will work. 3) FTPS and SFTP are not the same : FTPS is FTP over SSL/TLS. SFTP is FTP over SSH. In your case, it is FTP(S).
These are the relevant parts of the tutorial on: http://fash7y.wordpress.com/2011/12/0/solved-how-to-set-up-https-with-openssl-in-wamp/ to continue working using http://openssl-for-windows.googlecode.com/files/openssl-0.9.8k_WIN32.zip. Okay, let’s do the next steps. ;) Create SSL Certificate and Key a. Ekstrak OpenSSL to your directory, and copy this ...
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Sendmail can use the same SSL certificates as Apache, so no problem there as long as both are addressed by the same hostname. Simply configure SSL in the sendmail.mc and regerate the sendmail.cf. For remote usage you may want to configure sendmail to listen to listen to either ports 587 (mail submission) or 465 (smtps) as in many networks outgoing traffic ...
Your problem seems to be related with the "double quotes" you used. The error says : \x93C:/wamp/bin/apache/Apache2.2.11/logs/ssl_request.log\x94. We can see that the invalid characters are the first and the last ones. It corresponds with your "double quotes". Use this kind of quotes : " instead of “.
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