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From: Victor Duchovni (Victor.Duchovnimorganstanley.com)
Date: Fri May 23 2008 - 09:07:30 CDT
On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 02:17:16PM +0100, elaconta.com Webmaster wrote:
> I've just had an SSL certificate installed on our webserver, and i'm
> wondering if we can use the same certificate to encrypt TLS connections
> to Postfix (our Postfix has TLS support compiled in).
> I've heard that a password protect SSL certificate (as is the case)
> can't be used with Postfix, is this true? Or do we just have to key in
> the certificate password each time Postfix starts? I would have no
> problems with that.
# umask 077
# openssl rsa \
-in /some/where/key-aes.pem \
There is no point encrypting private keys if the passphrase is then stored
on the host that needs the key so that non-interactive applications can
use the key. The only available protection is the file permissions on
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