this may be a dumb ssl question, but here goes...
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Wed Oct 10 22:51:26 UTC 2012
On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 05:16:12PM -0400, AJ Weber wrote:
> I think I might have found my answer to this.
> I can generate my own (or use any different) CA and add that in
> ssl_client_certificate <path>;
> And then set ssl_verify_client on;
> This appears to work in initial testing. So my follow-up is:
> 1) Does this sound like the way to make my original question work?
> 2) Can I revoke certificates, and will nginx check a revocation list
> of some kind?
> Thanks again,
> On 10/10/2012 2:14 PM, AJ Weber wrote:
> >Can I install and configure nginx to use a "public"/global CA's
> >SSL Certificate like Verisign, AND force (require) the use of
> >client SSL certificates, AND allow those
> >client/browser-certificates to be from a different CA/root? For
> >example, openca or some self-signed setup that I use to just
> >distribute client certificates to my registered users?
> >Let me know if I am not asking the question correctly.
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