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How to create a secure (HTTPS) OS X webserver
Authored by: TheSpoonman on Dec 01, '04 03:08:50PM

No. Most offer you the option of importing the cert into your personal store. With IE, simply choose "View Certificate" when the warning pops up, there's an "Install Certificate" option within there. For Mozilla, it'll ask if you always want to accept that certificate. IIRC, Safari works similarly. The only time you should ever have a problem again is when the cert changes, which should only be when you change it....or someone else... ;-)

Answering the age-old question: which is more painful, going to work or gouging your eye out with a spoon?

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