craig at postnewspapers.com.au
Wed Jan 14 22:03:15 EST 2004
Joe Rhett wrote:
>>I expect that'd do it; you'll still need to install the CA certificate
>>in browsers, though. I have a similar setup, but with a CA cert
> No you don't. The server hands out both certificates during the
> connection process. It just works ;-)
That appears to depend on the client - it certainly doesn't work with
Mozilla, and Eudora needs some manual steps that the users seem to have
trouble with. OTOH, it _shouldn't_ work automatically; the cert is no
more inherently trustworthy than any random one somebody has generated.
> In your case it sounds like you aren't using a certificate signed by any
> known authority.
> He is - he's just using one signed by someone who was
> signed by a known authority. Nothing needs to be installed in the
OK - I must've misunderstood his initial email.
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