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There is nothing at all wrong with running your own internal certificate authority; the vast majority of large companies that I have interacted with have their own internal CA. Advantages The nominal cost of a cert becomes nearly zero when amortized over enough systems and users; when you purchase certificates from an external CA, this will never become ...
I will answer this in a two-level approach: General term answer and the specific SSL/TLS clarification in blockquotes. Public Key Cryptography (PKC) solves the problem of securely exchanging information without the need of previously agreeing upon a secret key. To be part of PKC, every agent needs to have a Private Key (which should only be kept by the ...
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