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NAME

       gencert - Generate a test NSS database for mod_nss

SYNOPSIS

       gencert <destdir>

DESCRIPTION

       A  tool  used  to  generate a self-signed CA as well as server and user
       certificates for mod_nss testing.

       This is used to generate a default NSS database for the mod_nss  Apache
       module. It does not test to see if an existing database already exists,
       so use with care.

       gencert will generate a new NSS database with the password "httptest".

       It generates a self-signed CA with the subject  "CN=Certificate  Shack,
       O=example.com, C=US"

       It  also  generates a certificate suitable for servers with the subject
       "CN=<FQDN>, O=example.com, C=US",  and  a  user  certificate  with  the
       subject   "E=alpha@<FQDN>,   CN=Frank   Alpha,   UID=alpha,  OU=People,
       O=example.com, C=US".

       The nicknames it uses are:

              CA:                   cacert
              Server certificate:   Server-Cert
              User cert:            alpha

OPTIONS

       <destdir>
              Specifies the destination directory where the NSS databases will
              be created.

BUGS

       Report bugs to http://bugzilla.redhat.com.

AUTHORS

       Rob Crittenden <rcritten@redhat.com>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  (c)  2011  Red  Hat,  Inc. This is licensed under the Apache
       License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); no one may use this  file  except
       in  compliance with the License. A copy of this license is available at
       http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.

       Unless required by applicable law or agreed  to  in  writing,  software
       distributed  under  the  License  is  distributed  on an "AS IS" BASIS,
       WITHOUT WARRANTIES  OR  CONDITIONS  OF  ANY  KIND,  either  express  or
       implied.    See   the  License  for  the  specific  language  governing
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