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Browser and certificate authorities

terabyteterabyte Posts: 3Member

I have my own certificate server (and act as my own certificate authority)and I am able to create certificates for my web server.

The problem I have is that when the certificate appears for the user to proceed to SSL secure connections in the browser -the certificate authority is not trusted. I understand that IE and Netscape automatically trust certificate authorities from Verisign and Thawte. However does anybody know of a way to write to the browser to trust my certificate authority as well?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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