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How to Create a Self-Signed Certificate in Linux

Generating a self-signed certificate is rather easy on Linux. Here's how you can create one from the Linux terminal.

Creating a self-signed SSL certificate in Linux is quite easy and can be done in just a few clicks. You can use a self-signed certificate to secure the connection between your web server and a visitor's browser. Linux makes it really easy for you to generate a certificate and sign it using a private key.

Here's how you can create your own SSL certificates right from your Linux terminal.

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