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Old 06-18-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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SSL Untrusted


Hi LQ, I'm having problem with my SSL of my website, it shows untrusted.

Here's what I did:
Generate SSL Cert and Signing Request
Purchase SSL Cert from www.NameCheap.COM
Paste signing request, and successfully issued a cert
And I was provided with 5 crt file
And back to my web server, click install SSL Cert and Setup domain
browse domain and save.

everything goes smoothly until I browse my domain with https before it, But it says Untrusted.

Did I missed something in setting up the SSL Cert?

Thanks for the help..
 
Old 06-18-2012, 03:37 PM   #2
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Who has signed the certificate? You may need to update your ca cert file if the ca that's signed your cert is not trusted.

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Old 06-18-2012, 04:11 PM   #3
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Who has signed the certificate? You may need to update your ca cert file if the ca that's signed your cert is not trusted.
you who issued the certificate? the certificate was came from COMODO..
is that what you need to know? or maybe there's a place I can look onto it..
 
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if you inspect the actual attributes of the certificate you'll see the cn and serial of the CA, check that that cert is in your CA file for the browser you're using. In Chrome it's under "under the bonnet" in the config.
 
  


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