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comment Can I get anSHA-256 certificate when the CSR is for SHA-1?
So that means it's only the certificate itself that's encrypted with SHA256. The private key (and it's public counterpart embedded in the CSR) have nothing to do with SHA256. Correct?
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Feb
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comment What is the purpose of openssl passwd
Thanks, that's a big help.
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comment What is the purpose of openssl passwd
I've updated my question with a little more explanation of what I'm after.
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comment What is the purpose of openssl passwd
Thanks. My question is more: Given that all I store in deploy.json is the encrypted version, do I have any use for the non-encrypted version? When I type my password, don't I have to use the encrypted version anyway? Is the purpose of using this method simply so that I could have a rememberable password, and then run it through openssl passwd every time I wanted to use it, as opposed to typing the encrypted version out?
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