How to Install an SSL on a Core/Unmanaged Ubuntu Server

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Why do I Need to Install or Reinstall My SSL Certificate?

According to Globalsign;

The Certificate Authority (CA) industry was alerted of compliance implications related to the inclusion of a specific extension (OCSP-signing extended key usage) in CA certificates which has, under certain conditions, unintended compliance and security implications. A number of GlobalSign Issuing CAs have been impacted by this issue. While no key compromise or security incident has taken place, we will be revoking these Issuing CA’s as part of our remediation plan in accordance with the CA/B Forum Baseline Requirements and the GlobalSign CPS. Revoked intermediate certificates can cause errors in the validation of certificates signed by these Intermediate Certificates.

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How to Install an SSL on a Core/Unmanaged CentOS Server

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Why do I Need to Install or Reinstall My SSL Certificate?

According to Globalsign

The Certificate Authority (CA) industry was alerted of compliance implications related to the inclusion of a specific extension (OCSP-signing extended key usage) in CA certificates which has, under certain conditions, unintended compliance and security implications. A number of GlobalSign Issuing CAs have been impacted by this issue. While no key compromise or security incident has taken place, we will be revoking these Issuing CA’s as part of our remediation plan in accordance with the CA/B Forum Baseline Requirements and the GlobalSign CPS. Revoked intermediate certificates can cause errors in the validation of certificates signed by these Intermediate Certificates.

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How to Verify A Connection is Secure Using OpenSSL

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What is OpenSSL?

OpenSSL is a free and open-source software cryptography library that provides cryptographic functionality to applications to ensure secure internet communication. It is widely used on many server applications, and it is available for most Unix-like operating systems (including Solaris, Linux, Mac OS X, the four open-source BSD operating systems), OpenVMS and Microsoft Windows.

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