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#1 Product of the DaySeptember 14, 2014
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Eric Willis
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
TinyCert is a simple, free, PKI-as-a-service. It allows you to create your own CAs and certificates and serves as a central directory for your private and public keys, CSRs and certificates.
Steven Don
Steven DonMaker@shdon · Independent Webdeveloper
Glad you like it. For your own safety, be sure to read the FAQ about what to and what not to do.
Jim Gray
Jim Gray@grayj_
@shdon Still helpful, thank you. I use SSCs much less than I could due to the part which involves making a blood sacrifice to OpenSSL and poring over arcane error codes for hours to find out which step I've forgotten in the months since I last tried to enact the rite of certificate issuance.
Steven Don
Steven DonMaker@shdon · Independent Webdeveloper
@grayj_ Precisely my reason for doing this. And usually it's crunch time because the SSC has expired.
Josh Kerr
Josh Kerr@joshkerr · EIR at Capital Factory
How are you different from these folks: http://www.cacert.org ?
Steven Don
Steven DonMaker@shdon · Independent Webdeveloper
@joshkerr CAcert act as a root authority. Trusting them also implies trusting the certificates from (or rather: for) any other CAcert user. With TinyCert, there is no "grand" root certificate, but one is generated for each account.