9.3. Securing your websites

Once certificates have been installed and stored on the web server, you need to assign those certificates to the correct websites. You assign a certificate to a website by adding a new binding. (We looked at bindings in chapter 5—go head and review that chapter if needed.)

If you’ve been following along in this chapter, you’ll have a certificate (Self-Signed is fine) on your web server created for the default website. The URL I’m using in this example for the default website is www.Company.loc.

In this section you’ll create a binding for the default site and test to make sure HTTPS is working. Then you’ll create the certificates and binding for a more challenging set of websites for the WebBikez shop, using host names ...

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