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    Internal CA issuing version 1 certs, need version 2 or higher


    I have been using self-signed certficates for a few of my project but I just found out that the encryption is version 1. So is there an easy way to tell the Red Hat CA to use version two ssl encryption?

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    How did you create these certs? Did you use openssl, or did you use something else? Also, how did you generate the private key used to generate/sign the cert?
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