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Old 13th May 2008, 14:33
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Default Re-generating SSL certificates for ISPConfig

This is related to a new (critical) vurnurability affecting openSSL in debian 4.0
( see http://lists.debian.org/debian-secur.../msg00152.html ) .

Could someone be so kind as to give me input on my checklist:

This is not really ISPConfig's fault but I'm going to have to regenerate all ssl certificates on all systems.

So... for debian "perfect setup" what would I need to do?

1. regenerate SSL certificates for ISPConfig
2. regenerate SSL certificates for IMAP-SSL / POP3-SSL
3. Re-generate customer self-signed certificates. (ok, know how this is done)
4. re-generate keys for SSH (done with apt-get upgrade)

Anything else I might've missed?

How do I regenerate SSL certificates for 1 and 2?
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