Note: post originally published on Januray 4th, 2019 2018 was a year of observations and lots of trials, but more importantly a year of freedom The year two thousand and eighteen was one of those years where I risked it all. I’ve never written a year review as I’ve never seen the need for it. This year, I was compelled by the love and gratitude of how much has happened is miserable.
When buying a TLS/SSL certificate from a CA, mainly a user supplies a csr file. The easiest way is using the OpenSSL CLI. But the tricky part lies in generating a SAN CSR. Although users can scope it in one liner, better to not mess with system config. Therefore the following method mitigates that. Copy this code block, and save it as san.conf or anything of preference (change parameters accordingly):
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