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Using custom or self-signed certificates in Safari
Authored by: Crawdad on Nov 12, '03 10:20:28AM

You can get the self-signed certificate of a server using openssl in a Terminal window. If the server is "servername" and using the default HTTPS port of 443, do this:

openssl s_client -connect servername:443 -showcerts

Then copy & paste the lines from "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----" through "-----END CERTIFICATE-----" *inclusive* into a file and save it (as plain text, of course). This will be a "PEM format" certificate file.

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