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By chrissie1
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Published: Feb 07 2013 / 09:41

Making your own Local root CA and using it for as an SSL certificate for intranet websites.
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mheath replied ago:

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You should only do this if you want to get in the business of CA certificate distribution. The extra time it takes to install a local root CA certificate on all of your systems (including mobile devices) makes the cost of getting your certificate signed by a real CA seem like a real bargain.

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