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Here's the solution I went with. Please post if you have a better idea: I took the proxy domain mailing address that my registrar provides for whois queries and I used it as my SSL cert mailing address.


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Different SSL cert suppliers require different things. Each will require, at a minimum, the domain name being secured. Of course they will. A cert is designed to protect a specific domain name, and is issued for that name. So the domain name itself is not private. Why not simply use an e-mail address attached to that domain name? EV (extended validation) ...



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