The following site will provide free SSL certificate, these can be used for securing a connection - but should not be considered 'trusted', as only the domain name and email are validated.
This looks like it would probably minimize the hassle in creating your own self-signed certificates.
I created my own self-signed certificate using OpenSSL (http://www.openssl.org/), I don't remember the exact steps - and I wish I wrote them here, I thought I did??? The site will no doubt have all the information you need.
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SSL Certificates for Free
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