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I have a personal certificate which is signed by a certificate authority. This certificate is unrestricted with respect to its allowed purposes. Is it possible to create a SSL server certificate on my own and sign it with my personal certificate?
Supose the root certificate authority belongs to the trusted ones of those installed in a web browser. Suppose further that there are no other warnings e.g. timestamp warnings. Will the browser show the "green bulp" even when the "chain of trust" has four or more instances?
Which tools would be appropriated to create such a certificate?
There is another question What kind of certificate do i need to be able to sign my own subdomain certificate. This question has its primary focus on wildcard certificates and on how to uniquely identify multiple sub domains within the same domain. In contrast I ask for the prerequisite which a personal certificate must have and a tool to create a SSL server certificate signed by this personal certificate. The question about subdomain certificates has no answers refering to these aspects to date.