Self Signed Certificates | Top Docs with Jay LaCroix
Self-signed TLS certificates are suitable for personal use or for applications that are used internally within an organization. In the absence of an ability to get a real certificate, using a self-signed certificate internally is typically more secure than nothing.
0:00 – Intro
0:54 – Getting Started
1:26 – Creating the Certificate
2:22 – Certificate Configuration
3:23 – Restricting Permissions
4:35 – Outro
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