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How to create a self signed SSL certificate and how to use it with your web Server.

SSL certificate is the foremost important aspect of any website. If your website is running without the SSL, the modern browsers will stop the users from entering the website. Of course, there are ways to bypass that, at your own risk. As long as your website has no commercial data exchange, sensitive user information, etc, you are still good to run a website without a proper SSL certificate. For example, a blog can run without an SSL.  Note that Google AdSense accepts websites without SSL.  But the topic of this post is about Self Signed SSL certificate. How to create one, how to use it, and where to use it.  Let us see where to use it. For any website which is used for internal purposes, it's always a good idea to use Self Signed SSL, instead of paying for a real SSL certificate. Internal I mean, within a company, team, or for personal uses, for testing purposes, etc.  Now, let us see how to create a self-signed SSL certificate.  What you need A Linux machine.  OpenSSL utility  A

How to merge 2 or more MS word documents

How to merge 2 or more MS word documents. You can do this by manually copying the first file and pasting on to the second file. But if you have too many files to merge and if you have to do it repeatedly, it's better to have automated setup. Below macro will help you to merge 2 documents. You can edit the VBA code and add more files if you want. After merging, it will save as a new document. By default, it will save the new merged file under My Documents. If you want the new files to be saved under a specific location, you can mention that the file name section Sub Merge_2_files() ' Merge 2 files and save as a new document NewFileName = "NewFile_" & Minute(Now) & "_" & Second(Now) & ".docx"     Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory     Selection.TypeParagraph     Selection.InsertFile FileName:="C:\Users\inksanjeev\Desktop\A folder\Specifications.docx", Range:="", _         ConfirmConversions:=False