[pubcookie-users] How many SSL Certificates needed?
fox at washington.edu
Wed Jul 21 08:45:38 PDT 2004
The login server needs just one certificate.
Each webserver domain will also have a certificate, but that's
just a normal web requirement. Each keyclient can use its
webserver's certificate for authentication to the keyserver.
On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Joshua Villagomez wrote:
> Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 08:29:27 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Joshua Villagomez <jmvillago at yahoo.com>
> To: pubcookie-users at u.washington.edu
> Subject: [pubcookie-users] How many SSL Certificates needed?
> We're in the process of determing the number of SSL Certificates. Can we get away with just having one SSL certificate on the Login Server? Or, must each individual Application Server must have its own SSL certificate? I take it then that in order to verify cookie information, the communication must be SSL even for application server communication?
> We're trying to keep our costs low and we're in the process of purchasing some SSL Certificates. Our network will be hosting IIS and Apache web servers.
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