TechCrunch article If you want to use SSL encryption on your website or app, you’ll need to install the most recent version of the OpenSSL software.
You’ll need a special certificate, which is issued by an independent certificate authority (CA).
The certificate you use will determine whether or not your website and app will use SSL.
If your website isn’t using SSL, it will fail a certificate validation check, and you’ll receive a warning message.
The only way to change the behavior of the certificate is to change your website’s configuration, which will require you to download and install an additional certificate.
For the best results, you should use an SSL-aware browser.
However, if you use your browser’s built-in SSL encryption feature, it’s not necessary to download a separate certificate, as you’ll still get the warning.
For example, if your browser is using the Mozilla Firefox browser, you can skip this step.
When you do install a certificate, you’re also required to download the CA’s certificate file.
The CA certificate file contains a SHA1 hash of the public key of the CA.
You can download the file by right-clicking the certificate file in your Firefox browser and choosing OpenSSL Download Certificate.
You should now have a certificate file with the SHA1 hashes of the private keys of the Certificate Authority.
In the certificate files folder, right-click on the certificate and choose Properties.
In this window, you need to specify the certificate chain for the CA certificate.
You may choose to create a new certificate for your website.
If you do, you will need to select the CA and the certificate that you created earlier.
If not, you must create a certificate for each site you intend to use, and each certificate should include a list of all of the sites you intend use it to trust.
After you create a Certificate, click Next to confirm the changes.
The certificate file should now be downloaded.
Click Next to download all of your certificates.
To verify the certificate, open the certificate’s Certificate Info page.
If the certificate doesn’t have an expiration date, you may need to create an account and log in to it.
If it does, you won’t need to do anything else.
Next, click Finish to complete the steps.
If all goes well, the Certificate Info dialog box should be displayed.
If a certificate hasn’t been created yet, click the OK button to close the Certificate Manager dialog box.
The certificate will now be ready to use.
If, after clicking Next, you get an error message saying that the certificate isn’t yet available, you probably haven’t installed a CA certificate, or you haven’t selected the correct certificate for the site you’re planning to trust (or you don’t have the correct SSL encryption option enabled).
Open the SSL Settings dialog box to configure the CA for your site.
In addition to the certificate itself, there are also certificates for the website you intend on trusting.
Open the Certificate Settings dialog boxes and then click Add to create the certificate.
In your new certificate, click Create Certificate and enter the CA name, CA name and CA secret (such as “cacert.example.com”).
If you don.t know the CA CA name or secret, enter the first letter of the name and the last letter of your CA secret, such as “CA secret.example.”
In the Certificate Details dialog box, click Add Certificate Info to specify all of its details.
The Certificate Info box should now list the certificate information for all of you certificate users.
Click Save Certificate Info and you should see your certificate added to your site’s certificate chain.