Time to play with SSL certificates.

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Until recently, SSL certificates were so expensive that you couldn’t set up your personal website only for fun. You had to have a good reason or a big wallet.

This is not the case anymore. Now and until the letsencrypt.org initiative takes off, for a minimal price, you can start to play with standard or wildcard SSL certificates and get some experience with them.

If you are interested in, there is a full tutorial about setting up a SSL certificate on RHEL 7, including all the steps, from certificate purchase to certificate installation.

Auto-signed certificates are perhaps on the way out!

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