Charles Mills wrote:
> Do you "own" the target host? Can you issue your own SSL/TLS server
certificate?

>Because you can issue a certificate for an IP address as well as for a name
(or for both one or two names and one or two addresses). Cute feature: with
a name, you can wildcard the high order node, e.g., *.foo.com<http://foo.com/>. 
With an IP
address, you can wildcard the low order byte, e.g., 192.168.1.*

Yeah, but that won't fly either, alas. Plus it's theologically unclean... but 
thanks!

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