Using mod_ssl on Mac OS X

This might seem greek to some, but I was ecstatic (yes, geek dance and all) when I found it. I needed to figure out how to create a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) in OS X and there it was, in plain mono-spaced font, a thing of beauty.

For the uninitiated, that is how to setup a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate on a web server (Apache) in OS X.

It also has a nice tutorial on how to "fake" a Certificate Authority so you can use mod_ssl on your own box. Pretty slick

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