Tag: cert

Install Apache Tomcat 9 Complete with Updated Scripts

In this exercise, Tomcat 9 will be installed with OpenJDK 8 using a self-signed certificate using the http2.Http2Protocol protocol.  I've updated and simplified the script since my last attempt at a similar Tomcat 9 installation.  I have also added SELinux context, log rotation, and speed! Enjoy Tomcat Screenshot from an earlier version, but the end result is the same.  Read More »

Apache Tomcat 9 – SSL/TLS Configuration HOW-TO

In this exercise, Tomcat 9 will be installed with OpenJDK 8 using a self-signed certificate in a PKS12 keystore on a clean CentOS 7 Linux server using the Http11NioProtocol protocol.  These are the steps. Enjoy Tomcat Check the Cert You can check the cert by using your browser. http2.Http2Protocol Alternately, you can use the http2.Http2Protocol protocol.  However, there is one prerequisite...Read More »

Apply an SSL to MySQL

There is a MySQL 5.6.x install that works wonderfully.  However, a cert was purchased and applied to everything else, so why not apply to the MySQL install too. I ran into a pitfall or two while attempting this, so I am going to write this up in the effort to avoid those pitfalls. The Key file Determine the version of...Read More »

Add Root Certificates to a CentOS Linux Server

Adding a root authority certificate to a server that does not already have the cert may be added to the server manually. Install the ca-certificates package: Enable the dynamic CA configuration feature: Add it as a new file to /etc/pki/ca-trust/source/anchors/: Use command: CentOS 7 CentOS 7.0 and later include a shared store for certificate authorities. Read the manual for additional...Read More »