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1b. Install Apache, PHP, localhost SSL (https) On Windows 10, all newest 64 bit
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[HOME](http://phporacle.altervista.org/php-oracle-main-menu/)  
Download config and php test files: [0\_Apache24\_conf\_extra\_PHP\_ini](http://phporacle.altervista.org/1b-install-apache-php-localhost-ssl-windows-10-newest-64-bit/0_apache24_conf_extra_php_ini/).zip

Everything works. If I forgot something see URL-s in this article wich served me as tutorials.**ZWAMP or simmilar and virtual hosts are not used for this basic example ?**Apache and PHP are extracted in C: .

**Output of C:\\Apache24\\htdocs\\index.php**  
(see 0\_Apache24\_conf\_extra\_PHP\_ini.zip) :

Glavni izbornik (**Home**)

 HTML 5, CSS 3, JS, SSL.                                                            [Help](https://localhost/index.php#help)  
1111111111 2222222222 3333333333 4444444444   444444     [Home refresh](https://localhost/index.php)(http)  
4444444444 4444444444 4444444444                                       [Home https](https://localhost/index.php)  
?  
C:\\Apache24\\htdocs\\index.php says:**JS says: location.protocol=https:**

[https://www.proy.info/how-to-enable-localhost-https-on-wamp-server/](https://www.proy.info/how-to-enable-localhost-https-on-wamp-server/)  
Posted On May 19th, 2017

I did mostly see below Masim Man Dec 1, 2016  
1\. HOW TO SET UP APACHE WITH SSL (HTTPS) ON LOCALHOST  
but URL above has some clearer configs

**Step 1: Download and unpack Apache lounge 64 bit (Windows 10 64 bit)**  
**and PHP Version 7.1.9 non thread safe**  
httpd-2.4.27-Win64-VC15.zip, mod\_fcgid-2.3.9-win64-VC15.zip  
php-7.1.9-nts-Win32-VC14-x64.zip  
SEE HOW TO UNPACK zip-s above :[https://www.dionysopoulos.me/233-apache-mysql-php-server-on-windows-with-multiple-simultaneous-php-versions.html](https://www.dionysopoulos.me/233-apache-mysql-php-server-on-windows-with-multiple-simultaneous-php-versions.html)  
or 0\_Apache24\_conf\_extra\_PHP\_ini.zip above.

we have C:\\Apache24 and C:\\PHP\\7.1.9

Step 2: Download OpenSSL (32 bits/64 bits Windows)  
**I did not so, see below Masim Man Dec 1, 2016**

Step 3: Configure WAMP to use HTTP+SSL=HTTPS  
I did not so, see below Masim Man Dec 1, 2016

Step 4: Create SSL Key and Certificate  
I did not so, see below Masim Man Dec 1, 2016

Step 5: Copy the Created SSL Key and Certificate file  
I did not so, see below Masim Man Dec 1, 2016

**Step 6: Open httpd.conf, php.ini & uncomment**  
Open C:\\Apache24\\conf\\httpd.conf and uncomment:  
LoadModule ssl\_module modules/mod\_ssl.so  
Include conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf  
LoadModule socache\_shmcb\_module modules/mod\_socache\_shmcb.so  
See whole scripts in .zip above.

**Step 7: Open httpd-ssl.conf and make the final changes**  
Open c:\\Apache24\\conf\\extra\\httpd-ssl.conf (see .zip above)  
find ?<VirtualHost \_default\_:443>? and below that line find and update below configuration according to your setup:  
**\# General setup for the virtual host**  
DocumentRoot ?c:/Apache24/htdocs?  
#ServerName www.example.com:443  
ServerName localhost:443  
ServerAdmin youremail  
ErrorLog ?c:/Apache24/logs/sslerror.log?  
TransferLog ?c:/Apache24/logs/sslaccess.log?  
SSLEngine on  
SSLCertificateFile ?c:/Apache24/conf/server.crt?  
SSLCertificateKeyFile ?c:/Apache24/conf/server.key?  
? and so on, see config files in 0\_Apache24\_conf\_extra\_PHP\_ini.zip.

Open php.ini, uncomment :  
extension=php\_openssl.dll

**Step 8: Test to make sure it works**  
check if you are getting Syntax is OK  
C:\\Apache24\\bin>httpd -t  
https://localhost/index.php

[https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Zdl68h\_N2lc](https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Zdl68h_N2lc)Masim Man Published on Dec 1, 2016 :

HOW TO SET UP APACHE WITH SSL (HTTPS) ON LOCALHOST
--------------------------------------------------

HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) is a protocol for secure communication over a computer network.

Make icon for C:\\Windows\\SysWOW64\\cmd.exe (run as admin). It shows Apache?s openssl:  
openssl version -d  
OPENSSLDIR: ?C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\SSL?  
openssl version  
OpenSSL 1.1.0f 25 May 2017

?We create files :  
1\. C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.csr              <?OpenSSL certificate request  
2\. C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.pem            <?private key  
?  
3\. C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.key             <?from .pem  
4\. C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.crt              <?from .key, .csr  
see  below :  
openssl x509 -req -signkey C:\\Apache24\\conf\\**server.key**\-days 1024 ^  
\-in C:\\Apache24\\conf\\**server.csr**\-out C:\\Apache24\\conf\\**server.crt**

00000 ?INITIAL  
Change config path to where you have installed Apache :  
cd C:\\Apache24\\bin  
**set OPENSSL\_CONF=C:\\Apache24\\conf\\openssl.cnf**

11111 & 22222 ?     ^ = ALTGRKEY+3 (3 two times)  
**openssl req -config C:\\Apache24\\conf\\openssl.cnf -new ^**  
**   -out C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.csr -keyout C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.pem**  
ANSWERS: only two :  
writing new private key to ?C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.pem?  
Enter PEM pass phrase:**test1**  
Common Name (e.g. server FQDN or YOUR name) \[\]:**localhost**

33333  
**openssl rsa -in C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.pem -out C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.key**  
ANSWER: Enter pass phrase for C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.pem:**test1**  
writing RSA key

44444  
**openssl x509 -req -signkey C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.key -days 1024 ^**  
**    -in C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.csr -out C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.crt**  
Outputs:  
Signature ok  
subject=C = AU, ST = Some-State, O = Internet Widgits Pty Ltd, CN = localhost  
Getting Private key

55555  
?C:\\Apache24\\conf\\httpd.conf  
search ssl, listen, httpd-ssl and uncomment :  
LoadModule log\_config\_module modules/mod\_log\_config.so  
LoadModule setenvif\_module modules/mod\_setenvif.so  
LoadModule socache\_shmcb\_module modules/mod\_socache\_shmcb.so  
LoadModule ssl\_module modules/mod\_ssl.so

Listen 80  
#live commented <IfModule mod\_ssl.c>  
Listen 443  
#</IfModule>

**Include conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf**

C:\\Apache24\\conf\\extra\\httpd-ssl.conf  
SSLSessionCache ?shmcb:c:/Apache24/logs/ssl\_scache(512000)?

restart Apache  
if will not start:  as sdmin in CLI  
C:\\Apache24\\bin>httpd -t  
or :  
NOT httpd.exe -k restart but so:  
C:\\Apache24\\bin>httpd.exe  ? this shows error message

????? NEEDED FOR MS INET BROWSERS :  
[https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Hhown6DgC00](https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Hhown6DgC00)Masim Man Published on Dec 2, 2016  
**HOW TO INSTALL AN APACHE SELF SIGNED CERTIFICATE ON WINDOWS 10**  
On Windows 10, a Self Signed Certificate that wasnt issued by a recognized certificate authority is not trusted by default. A Self Signed Certificates usually used on Local Web Servers (Localhost) that arent available publicly. In this case you are save to  
? bypass the warning on any browsers  
? or installing it to a trusted root certification authority in Windows 10.  
2click C:\\Apache24\\conf\\server.crt  
in Certificate dialog Issued to and Issued by is localhost  
click button ?Install certificate?  
for current user  
place in store ?Trusted root Cert. Authorities?  
remove certificate localhost so:  
WINKEY -> mmc -> File -> Add/remove snapp-in -> Certificates  
\-> Add -> My user account

 kod[ edit]($web_docroot_url/inc/utl/edservertxt.php)[ phpinfo]($web_docroot_url/phpinfo_inc.php) EOKOD; /\* call it so: kod\_edit\_run( $idx // script\_dir\_path , $idxscript // script\_name , MDURL); // web\_docroot\_url = (Apache) web server URL \*/ }
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