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Fix some spelling and grammar issues in SSL docs

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1 parent c36226b commit 839944205a141aad18ca86bb02b37fae66a20980 @StephenGentle StephenGentle committed Jun 27, 2013
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@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ provided by the certificate. Since virtual hosts are in use, the CN of
the first available certificate may or may not match the one specified
in the early stages of TLS negotiation.
-Fortunately this can be overcomed by using SNI (Server Name
+Fortunately this can be overcome by using SNI (Server Name
Indication), which places the host information in the SSL
handshake. If the web server is accessed through a web browser that
supports SNI, things will just work. Every modern web browser does.
@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ straightforward actions is order to enable it:
to follow the chain of trust. You can reed more about
link:#chained-certificates[chained certificates] later on this
document. You will only have to concatenate the certificate files
- and put the combined text into a file used for the the
+ and put the combined text into a file used for the
`Certificate` field. This part is _very important_: you have to
concatenate your certificates into a single file in order to use
them in Cherokee. The order in which you concatenate the files is
@@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ cat public.pem inter_ca_public.pem > chained.pem
[[advanced]]
.Advanced options
-In other te make SSL more secure, Cherokee offers the following advanced
+In order to make SSL more secure, Cherokee offers the following advanced
options:
. The `Ciphers` field can be set up to to allow specific cipher suites,

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