On 24 Mar 2010, at 12:25, Pierre-Antoine Champin wrote:
I've been playing for a while with temporary certificates from
foafssl.org and foaf.me, but I would like a "real" certificate to
include in my "real" foaf profile, and eat my own dog food...
Unfortunately, I couldn't find any tutorial on how to do this on the
foaf+ssl wiki. Could any one point me to somethink like this?
Well there were old command line hacks to do this. You can use
To create a certificate with any webid you like (make sure to add the #xxxpiece)
Then you just need to look into your browser for the public key, and publishthat.
Does that help?
Especially, is there a way to tell openssl to ask for the "magic" field
"Certificate Subject Alt Name" ??
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