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How to implement a management of Certificates in HTTPS?

Alexander Pavlenko
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Joined: Feb 16, 2007
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Good day

I attached the picture with my arhitecture. There is one server (Nginx http server as load balancer) which is runned in Linux. And there are about 100 client and I know each of them. But I have to generate certificate for all of them (for each of them), and it is necessary to transfer the generated certificates to them. Note, the client can go away from my network and I have to switch off his certificate.

What is the easiest way for managing certificates and how to transfer the generated certificates?

And is it obligatory to use special certificate management systems and which of them?

Thanks for help!



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