Personal Certificate and private key for SSL client authentication in Chromium
This workshop seeks to solve the problem of client authentication, particularly when logging into a secure third party mail server or secure website using the Chromium browser.
As many of you are aware when attempting to access a webmail account using any browser the relevant ISP will exchange SSL Certificates with your computer and if your computer does not allow that ISP Certificate a warning will be issued and you have to decide whether to proceed.
Some thought has been given recently to the aims of our club, affectionately referred to as SoSLUG, and as to how we can further promote those aims.
Wiki Structure and Navigation
First off you do not need to register to view anything on this site, nothing is blocked from your view all pages created are available for public scrutiny. Registration is only required if you wish to contribute to the wiki itself and want others to comment on your experiences and techniques.
Southend on Sea Linux User Group Wiki Site.
At last Southend Linux User Group has it's very own wiki site and can, if call demands have its own forum also. But this will very much depend on the success of this Wiki site for that to happen.