Tip/Trick: Enabling SSL on IIS 7.0 Using Self-Signed Certificates

Posted by: ScottGus Blog, on 06 Apr 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

SSL enables browsers to communicate with a web-server over a secure channel that prevents eavesdropping, tampering and message forgery.  You should always use SSL for login pages where users are entering usernames/passwords, as well as for all other sensitive pages on sites (for example: account pages that show financial or personal information).  Configuring SSL on Windows with previous versions of IIS has been a pain.  Figuring out how to install and manage a certificate,...

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