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Self-signed certificate

self-signed certificate is an identity certificate signed with its own private key. With a self-signed certificate, the values of the certificate can only be trusted by the entity itself. The security of a self-signed certificate can be compromised, because the entity possesses the signing key and can generate a new certificate with different values at any time.

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