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is there any other  website where i can get trial SSL certificate...i tried ssl.com, it didn't work...
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You can generate your own:
seel e.g
http://sial.org/howto/openssl/self-signed/
or search or open ssl self signed certificate

Regards
Friedrich
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Another free trial.  Thwate is pre-trusted by IE:

http://www.thawte.com/

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I propose you get a free SSL cert for as long a trial as you want from http://www.CAcert.org . If the "trial" ends you can still keep using it ;) the CAcert is a damn good service and heartily recommend.
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www.verisign.com

this is prob one of the bets places to get a trial ssl cert.
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when i ry from verisign i get
The common name in the CSR contains invalid characters like '?', '*', ':', ' '.


any ideas?
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Make sure you don't have any special characters in any of the fields of CSR.

Make sure you don't have any trailing spaces in your CSR.
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X.500 and derivative standards set strict rules on the fields regarding the length and the charset. you will have to conform in order to ensure interoperability.
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Here is a link to a free third party certificate (no trial)
https://cert.startcom.org/index.php?app=101&lang=en

and here is a link to an article describing how to set it up on an exchange server (even if you're not doing this, it will be  a good reference)
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/SSL-Enabling-OWA-2003-Using-Free-3rdParty-Certificate.html

If you really have your mind set on a trial certificate
http://www.verisign.com does them

If you want to create your own CA and generate your own certificate, here is an article describing it:
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/SSL_Enabling_OWA_2003.html
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cool this is important stuff
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