[stunnel-users] how to use My Own Signed Wildcard cert

Stephen Balukoff sbalukoff at bluebox.net
Tue Dec 4 21:58:59 CET 2012

Hi robbi3j,

Could you post the configuration file you're using here, as well as any
error messages from your attempts to get stunnel working with this cert?

Stunnel doesn't actually care whether a given cert you're handing it is
wildcard or not, so that shouldn't make a difference in this case.  Also,
if you intend the stunnel process to be started in some automated way (eg.
on machine boot), I highly recommend not having the key encrypted in the
.pem file.  You should be able to strip the encryption off the key using
the openssl command line utility, eh.  (Obviously, don't post the key here
if you do that, eh!)


On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 4:37 AM, robbi3j <russell.sced at dunelm-mill.co.uk>wrote:

> Can anyone help ... have looked through the forums but cannot get this to
> work
> I want to configure Stunnel to use my already signed wildcard cert
> how to I go about importing it ? .. i have the cert file with the private
> key attached which is password protected
> can anyone help as its driving me nuts !
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Stephen Balukoff
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