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NAME

       nessus-mkcert - Creates a server certificate

SYNOPSIS

       nessus-mkcert [ -q ]

DESCRIPTION

       The  Nessus  Security  Scanner  protects  the communication between the
       client and the server by using SSL. SSL requires the server to  present
       a  certificate  to  the client, and the client can optionally present a
       certificate to the server.

       This script nessus-mkcert creates  a  certificate  authority  (if  none
       exists already) and generates the server certificate.

OPTIONS

       -q quickly generates a new certificate, without asking any question

SEE ALSO

       nessusd(8), nessus-mkcert-client(1), openssl(1)

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE NESSUS PROJECT

       The  canonical  places  where  you will find more information about the
       Nessus project are:
              http://www.nessus.org/ (Official site)
              http://cvs.nessus.org/ (Developers site)

AUTHOR

       nessus-mkcert was written by  Michel  Arboi  <arboi@alussinan.org>  and
       Renaud Deraison <deraison@cvs.nessus.org>