Securing Apache with SSL in .NET

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19 Securing Apache with SSL
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5 Run the new-user-certsh script to create a user certificate When signed by a commercial certificate authority, user certificates can be used with a Web browser to authenticate users to remote services However, user certificates are not commonplace because of a lack of understanding about them and a lack of available client and server software 6 Run the sign-user-certsh script to sign a user certificate Also, run the p12sh script to package the private key, the signed key, and the CA s public key into a file with p12 extension This file can then be imported into applications such as e-mail clients for use Now you are ready to make use of OpenSSL with various applications OpenSSL is an integral part of security The more you use OpenSSL, the more you will find it easy to incorporate in many services
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If you installed Apache in the /usr/local/apache directory, run the /usr/local/ apache/bin/httpsdctl start command to start the SSL-enabled Apache server If you get an error message, check the log file for details A typo or a missing path in the httpdconf file is a common cause of error so watch out for them After the server is started, you can access it using the HTTPS protocol For example, to access an SSL-enabled Apache server called sheaevoknowcom, I can point a Web browser to https:/sheaevoknowcom If you are using the test certificate or a homegrown CA-signed certificate the Web browser will display a warning message stating that the certificate could not be verified This is normal because a known CA has not signed the certificate You should accept the certificate and browse your SSL-enabled Web site
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Running Apache on Windows
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pache 2 on Windows platform is more stable then ever before This part is dedicated to Apache on Windows platform I show you how to install and configure Apache on Windows platforms, and how to use the few Windows-only Apache directives
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20 Installing and Running Apache for Windows 21 Configuring Apache for Windows
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lthough Apache has been ported to the Windows platform for a long time, Apache 20 is the first version that can take advantage of native Windows system calls All previous versions of Apache used a POSIX abstraction layer that degraded performance when Apache ran on Windows Now Apache can finally compete head-to-head with other native Web servers such as Microsoft IIS and Netscape Enterprise server In this chapter, you learn about the system requirements for running Apache under popular Windows platforms such as Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, and Windows 9x/ME; you also learn to install Apache and to configure it so that you can get up and running fast
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System requirements for running Apache on Windows Installing Apache on Windows Starting, stopping, and restarting Apache
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Apache requires that you have TCP/IP enabled on your Windows system You should make sure that you have the latest TCP/IP stack (Winsock) for your Windows platform Users of Windows 2000 with TCP/IP enabled can install Apache without any other Windows-specific requirements Users of Windows NT 40 should ensure that the latest service packs are installed Windows 2000 Advanced Server is the ideal platform for running a production-grade Apache Web server Windows 2000 Advanced Server is tuned for network services, so it should yield the best performance for Apache along with other Internet services
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Part V Running Apache on Windows
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I used the Windows 2000 Advanced Server as the Windows platform for the Windows-specific chapters of this book
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You also need Microsoft Installer version 110 or above to install Apache Windows 2000 and Windows ME both have Microsoft Installer built-in For other versions of Windows, you have to consult your manuals or visit the Microsoft Web site for details
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Downloading Apache for Windows
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Apache for Windows is available for downloading as either a source distribution or a binary distribution Unfortunately, unlike most Unix platforms, Windows does not ship with development capabilities such as a standard C compiler like GCC So the only people who can actually compile Apache are Windows developers who have development tools such as the Microsoft Visual Studio For most people, the binary distribution is the only viable download option Although gcc is on Windows, the Apache source does not compile with the Windows version of gcc The official download site for the Windows Apache binary files is http://httpd apacheorg/dist/httpd/binaries/win32/ The binary distributions are named httpd_version-win32-no_src-rnumbermsi (for example, httpd_2_0_16win32-no_src-r1msi) The source distributions are named httpd_versionwin32-wint_srcmsi Download the latest, stable binary distribution