Apache Certificate File

Apache Certificate File

An Apache Certificate File as set by the configuration file variable SSLCertificateFile usually contains just the host certificate matching the web server name.

Early observations suggested that Apache will treat the file as a keyring which can contain lots of useful certificates for immediate or later use. Later evidence suggests that is not the case for Apache 2, however, although you can find it suggested on the web that if you set SSLCertificateFile and SSLCertificateChainFile to the same value, you can put the chain of certificates in the file, listing the host certificate first, and get a similar effect.

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