You can generate self signed certificates but they will be signed by your own certificate authority not by one that's already known by the browser certificate bundle. That means it will show u... [by TrevorH]
on 09/15/2013 – Made popular on 09/15/2013
I am root administrators.I have few account cannot failed in audit scanning.
These accounts having same two affected nodes.
Obtain a new TLS/SSL server certificate that is NOT self-signed and install it on the server. The exact instructions for obtaining a new certificate depend on your organization's requirements.
I am configuring Apache to use client certificate authentication. When I brows to the site however, it does not ask me for a certificate, unless SSLCACertificateFile is specified. It will then ask for a certificate through the browser. The browser will pop up a box asking me to choose a certificate (it only shows certificates signed by the CA specified by SSLCACertificateFile).
Is there a way to reset the expiry of a self signed X.509 certificate but keep both the public and the private key as they were?
Technically this should be nothing more than a different date for the "Not After" tag and a fresh signature instead of the old. For CA signed certificates this is also very easy as you just have to send in the CSR again.
I have configure PowerShell Execution policy on Server as AllSigned, so i want to create a certificate for signing a ps1 script.
Can you guide me, which Certificate Should i use?
I want to used Self-signed Certificate, should i used makecert.exe ( which is part of the windows Paltform SDK) or should i create a CA.
Which will be better in all aspects.( in term of Security, Manageability etc..)