Browsing All posts tagged under »certificate authority«

external CA for Remote Access VPN

May 9, 2012

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Checkpoint has a complete Certificate Authority infrastructure and I would use it for small and medium sized businesses where there is only some user for remote access. For large enterprises or for companies with existing CA infrasturcture it is worth to use their certificates, because it gives much more flexibility. In this example I illustrate […]

Create your own CA or root CA, subordinate CA

November 22, 2010

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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 […]