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Many web sites and web services use HTTPS for transport layer security. As a developer, I find myself setting up dev environments with https every few months or so. This entails creating self-signed certificates. IIS7 provides an easy way to do this, but there are issues. In this screencast, I will detail how to create self-signed certificates correctly and how to configure them appropriately in order to develop and test secure solutions. Click here to see a blog post on this subject.
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