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Obtaining an SSL Certificate (info required)

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-14 05:27:08.0Z
Eddie Lewis Posted on 2000-03-14 04:59:10.0Z
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From: "Eddie Lewis" <eddie.lewis@inte.com.au>
Subject: Obtaining an SSL Certificate (info required)
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Can anyone help with this one.

The EAServer documentation recommends purchasing SSL certificates through
several vendors. One of these is Thawte (a Verisign Company). When we visit
the site, a message and server list are specified but EAServer (Jaguar) does
not get a mention. Is one of the others appropriate ???

Web site page detail list is output below
(page is http://www.thawte.com/certs/server/keygen/contents.html)

Here are instructions for key and CSR generation on some of the common
secure servers:
Apache-SSL
Apache+mod_ssl
CNT Web Integrator
IBM ICSS
Infinite InterChange
Infinite WebMail
Innosoft PMDF-TLS
IFactory Commerce Builder
Java Web Server
Lotus Domino Go
Lotus Notes Domino
Marimba
Microsoft IIS 2/3
Microsoft IIS 4
Microsoft IIS 5
Netscape Commerce
Netscape Enterprise
Oracle Web Server (OAS 4.0.8)
PowerWeb Servers
Quid Pro Quo Secure
Raven SSL
Raven SSL CTL Interface
Roxen
Stronghold
SSLeay-based Servers
Tenon WebTen
WebSite Professional 1.1
WebSite Professional 2.x
WebSTAR/SSL
Zeus

Regards
Eddie Lewis


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-14 05:27:08.0Z
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Subject: Re: Obtaining an SSL Certificate (info required)
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Eddie

I dont think it matters much really. Ive ordered Verisign ID's and they
dont ask what server its for. You could choose the JavaWeb Server which I
would think would be pretty generic.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division

"Eddie Lewis" <eddie.lewis@inte.com.au> wrote in message
news:6zBDzHXj$GA.151@forums.sybase.com...
> Can anyone help with this one.
>
> The EAServer documentation recommends purchasing SSL certificates through
> several vendors. One of these is Thawte (a Verisign Company). When we
visit
> the site, a message and server list are specified but EAServer (Jaguar)
does
> not get a mention. Is one of the others appropriate ???
>
> Web site page detail list is output below
> (page is http://www.thawte.com/certs/server/keygen/contents.html)
>
> Here are instructions for key and CSR generation on some of the common
> secure servers:
> Apache-SSL
> Apache+mod_ssl
> CNT Web Integrator
> IBM ICSS
> Infinite InterChange
> Infinite WebMail
> Innosoft PMDF-TLS
> IFactory Commerce Builder
> Java Web Server
> Lotus Domino Go
> Lotus Notes Domino
> Marimba
> Microsoft IIS 2/3
> Microsoft IIS 4
> Microsoft IIS 5
> Netscape Commerce
> Netscape Enterprise
> Oracle Web Server (OAS 4.0.8)
> PowerWeb Servers
> Quid Pro Quo Secure
> Raven SSL
> Raven SSL CTL Interface
> Roxen
> Stronghold
> SSLeay-based Servers
> Tenon WebTen
> WebSite Professional 1.1
> WebSite Professional 2.x
> WebSTAR/SSL
> Zeus
>
> Regards
> Eddie Lewis
>
>
>