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Digital Certificate types – faq

January 17, 2015


1. What is the difference between machine digital certificate and user certificate? 1.1 Answer Microsoft Windows specifically: ” Local machine certificate store This type of certificate store is local to the computer and is global to all users on the computer. This certificate store is located in the registry under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE root. Current user […]

openssl update on ddwrt, is it Checkmate or Check?

April 17, 2012


After reading an old articel on TLSv1 vulnerability I wanted to test it. The website I have red about this TLSv1 Issue: After reading I wanted to look for a webserver that support TLSv1. For that task I need only an openssl on a device with public internet access, that is actually my ddwrt […]

Create your own CA or root CA, subordinate CA

November 22, 2010


You can use openssl to create a self-signed Certificate or to create a Certificate Authority (CA) or to create Subordinate Certificate Authority as a full CA tree. All you need is the openssl package. The Document on openssl is not complete, but what we need is already documented. For all the commands I use I […]