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Old 05-17-2006, 08:05 PM   #1
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using ssl with apache


Hi

I am new to ssl/certificates.

I want to set up an online shop with ssl support for credit card information, I have a Virtualserver, so I can run my own apache and everything.

Basically, How do do it?

Do I need an ssl certificate by versign or thawte or something, or can I create my own?

I saw a program called libapache-mod-ssl, is that what I need?

How do I install my certificate, once I have it, to my webserver?

Any tips or links to good FAQ would be greatly appreciated.

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