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How to Enable SSL in Login page

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I have developed a login page using PHP that uses a LDAP authentication to login to the users panel. I use the funtion that was provided to me inorder to authenticate using LDAP. Now i want to make my login page SSL enable. I am using Apache server and My-sql server.. I have no idea where should i start from inorder to enable ssl. Do i need to write extra code in php to enable ssl or should i be doing somethig in server..
Does any one have any idea what should i do. I am not sure where to post this problem. so since i used php i thouhght this is a right forum.

Please let me know what i need to do inorder to make my login page SSL secure.
Feb 23 '07 #1
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It is not just that simple. You can acquire commercial SSL certificates, packages and toolkits, but I suggest you have a look at the open source SSL kit and see if that fulfills your requirement.

It is described and available HERE

Ronald :cool:
Feb 23 '07 #2

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Thanks Ronald,
i was not sure if i have to write some extra lines of code even after using a software for SSL on a server. I think i just need to configure in the server or add the URl of my page in the server to make it SSL enable..
Feb 23 '07 #3

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