You can do this in OpenSSL on Linux.  But the web browser will give a
warning message stating that the certificate is not issued by the
certificate authority.

For Miguel Cruz posting back there.  If I understand correctly, the private
key are inside the public key.  Is this correct?

"Ed Lazor" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I saw that Microsoft has a Certificate Authority server package that
> 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
> the session and I'm don't need someone to confirm anything.
> -----Original Message-----
> 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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