I saw that Microsoft has a Certificate Authority server package that allows
you to create your own key.  Is there a way to do this in linux?  In this
particular instance, it's me accessing my own web site.  I'd like to encrypt
the session and I'm don't need someone to confirm anything.

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Around these parts the client and server use a self-contained process to 
handle the key exchange. The server's key has been signed by a certificate 
authority (Verisign, etc.) 
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