Thanks for the answers!
> No, it will Just Work. However, you will get a message from your
> saying that the identity of the web site could not be verified,
> web site's certificate was signed by an unknown certifying authority.
> maybe someone is spoofing the web site.
> I haven't figured out how to make this go away.
Sounds like the answer from Joachim below hints at a solution?
> Details about this can be found in the archive (I searched for
> "certificate", this was the top answer):
(Doh! I searched for "SSL" and "RSA", "cerificate" never occured to
me!?! Although I did find the above post, just not at the top!)
Might just be me that is blind (or stupid)? But I don't see any details
in this post about how to do this under win32, which, as I mention in my
post, is the only platform currently available to me (unless it can be
done through exec.php of course).
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> You have to buy a certificate from verisign, thawte or some vendor, so
> browser will trust the certificate blindly, or you will have to
> trust (install locally) the certificate one time in your browser.
Hmm, I'd rather avoid, at least for now, buying a certificate.
However this "manually trust" thing sounds like just what I would need.
Could you possibly explain to me how this can be done (preferably with
the "default" certificate, i.e when nothing has been pasted in the
Advanced menu). I use IE, but I'm sure I can figure it out, even if you
describe the process for some other browser :)