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Back to Square One

There is nothing much to be said for this week. The only implementation I’ve attempted to get done for this week, is the part where the server application interfaces with the WooCommerce REST API, in order to create products and coupons, when an organization makes an order for a certificate. Read more…

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So it Continues…

As time goes on, the details and requirements of the project start to emerge themselves progressively. At this point of time, we have two kinds of products, one for individuals and another for organizations. In the case of organizations, they have the choice of buying an intermediate CA certificate and Read more…

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PKCS#12 in OpenSSL

On a previous blog post, I talked about the flow of my project in detail, but then I realized that I was missing something important. The crux of the matter was I mentioned that when the customers have made the order and paid for the subscription, the certificate would be Read more…

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Hitting a Brick Wall

It was about time to start writing some code since I already got the gist of how the application is gonna work overall. Nothing much has been done at this point, but so far I had set up two REST endpoints to handle both Subscription Created and Updated webhooks. As Read more…

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Another One

The time has come to embark on a new project. Although a different project on its own, it is closely related to the P3 project I was working on previously. The P3 application authenticates users through client certificates, but how and where are they gonna get the certificates? This is Read more…

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Certificate Downloads

I always wondered how some Certificate Authorities (CA) got their certificates installed in browsers directly, without the user having to import it manually. It took a bit of extra google-fu. So, I thought it pertinent to note things down here. The key to doing it seems to be to use Read more…