Pound, SSL, and real Certificates

I have written an update for this at Pound, SSL, and real Certificates, redux.

Recently, I have been working with setting up some web servers, using Pound as the front-end. The idea is that there are multiple back-end servers, and the single front-end that controls which server requests go to. One of the problems is using SSL for HTTPS pages. All of the documentation I can find online covered creating a self-signed certificate.

But if anyone has followed the self signed certificate problem knows that this is not a great idea, especially if the site is to be used by anyone.

Poking around, I finally found my answer, partly through an older post on the Pound mailing list.
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