So I'm upgrading some code on a client's site, and I notice via portaudit that the currently installed apache/mod_ssl has some security holes. Time to upgrade.
I do the upgrade and it overwrites the server.crt and server.key files!
Good job, FreeBSD. Remember, any files you find on the system can't be too important.
On a side note, I did not choose FreeBSD, and so far I completely hate it. I will point out that Debian never overwrites an existing file without asking you first. That's cause Debian doesn't suck hairy monkey nuts.
Of course, I'm an idiot too, because it turns out I didn't have a backup of the private key for the cert, so I had to buy a new one. Thankfully, freessl.com made this pretty easy and cheap.