How to configure Netgear ReadyNAS to have a Godaddy or 3rd party SSL certificate

Use SSH to login to your device:
Username will be root, password will be the same as the admin password.
type in the following commands:
cd /etc/ssl	-changes your directory
openssl genrsa -des3 -out private/ReadyNAS_caCert.pem 2048	-Choose a pass phrase, I did not have to enter in this pass phrase anywhere else.
openssl rsa -in private/ReadyNAS_caCert.pem -out private/ReadyNAS_caCertwithoutPW.pem	-Choose a pass phrase, I did not have to enter in this pass phrase anywhere else.
openssl req -new -key private/ReadyNAS_caCertwithoutPW.pem -out ReadyNASReq.pem	-This will start a process of asking you questions to create your CSR that you will need to provide your SSL certificate provider. Please fill out to the best of your abilities.
Use WinSCP to login to your device:
File protocol - SFTP
Username will be root and the password will be the same as the admin password again.
Once you are logged in navigate to /etc/ssl
Open ReadyNASReq.pem in notepad, copy and paste contents of this file into certificate request for your SSL provider (GoDaddy).
Depending on your provider you should be able to download your certificate as soon as within 5 minutes. Please download the certificate for Apache servers, this will give you a zip file. Extract the files and open the file that does NOT include "bundle" in the name and copy the contents to your clipboard.
Using WinSCP create a file named ReadyNASCert.pem in the Netgear ReadyNAS /etc/ssl directory, open it with notepad and paste the contents we copied in the previous step, save and close the ReadyNASCert.pem file.
In WinSCP navigate to /etc/frontview/apache and open the apache2.pem file in notepad
Navigate to /etc/ssl/private and open the ReadyNAS_caCertwithoutPW file and copy the contents. Paste them into the apache2.pem file.
Navigate to /etc/ssl and open the ReadyNAS.pem file in notepad and copy its contents and paste them into this same apache2.pem file, save and close apache2.pem file.
Here is a sample of what your apache2.pem file should look like when you are finished:

How to install a Godaddy SSL certificate on a Cisco ASA firewall

The first step in getting an SSL certificate for your Cisco ASA is to generate a CSR request.
1.  Open ASDM > Configuration > Device Management
2.  Certificate Management > Identity Certificates > Add
3.  Add a New Identity Certificate > New
4.  Click the “Enter new key pair name” radio button.  Enter your FQDN of your firewall (
5.  Change the size to 2048
6.  Click generate now.
7.  On the next screen choose the following attributes and fill in the values then click add.
CN = FQDN of your domain (
OU = Department of your business responsible (IT)
O = Legal name of organization
C = Country abbreviation (US)
ST = State abbreviation (AZ)
L = City (Scottsdale)
8.  Click ok once these are all added
9.  Click advanced
10.  In the FQDN type again your FQDN (
11.  Click Ok and Add Certificate.
12.  You will be prompted to save this certificate to your PC which you should do.
13.  Login to your Godaddy account and copy and paste all the text from the CSR.
14.  Once you submit your CSR you can download the certificate to your PC in .crt format.
15.  Go back to the ASDM Certificate Management > Identity Certificates.  Select your previously generated CSR and click the install button.  Browse to the .crt file you were provided with from Godaddy.
16.  Now that you have installed the certificate you must tell the ASA to use it for SSL.  To do this in the Device Management on the ASA browse to advanced > SSL settings.
17.  Select the interface for your VPN clients and click edit.  Now select your new certificate
Congrats you should now be able to brose to your external web interface and see it is a trusted site!

How to create a self-signed certificate in Exchange 2010

Very simple
Open Exchange Shell New-ExchangeCertificate