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Imported cert into firefox/chrome, still warning

I generated a wildcard certificate for multiple (wildcard) domains (SANS, alternate domain names + IP) (see https://blog.flowl.info). I imported the certificate into Firefox, Chrome and Windows ...
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1answer
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How to install a certificate automatically

I would like to know how to generate a certificate and make it to be imported automatically to all main browser (chrome, firefox, ie etc...). Should I upload this certificate to a public CA or ...
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heartbleed are CA private keys compromised?

have any CA private keys such as those used by godaddy to issue private/public key pairs compromised as a result of heartbleed?
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1answer
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Can an SSL cert (not self-signed) be used to create another SSL cert for another host in the same domain?

I have a regular SSL certificate issued by Network Solutions for a given host, say "host A". Can I create another SSL cert for the wiki host that has the host A cert in its trust path and therefore ...
2
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1answer
277 views

Incorrect Authority Key Identifier on openssl end cert

I'm getting interesting results when signing an end-server certificate using an intermediate CA using openssl. I have a Root CA which looks like this: Serial Number: 14296918985177649921 ...
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SSL certificate for CNAME record

I have the CNAME record images.bob.com, which points to the images.susan.co.uk (images.bob.com. 1800 IN CNAME images.susan.co.uk.). I would like to ask for issuing SSL certificate for the ...
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0answers
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certificate store name set to null for ssl certificate

I'm viewing my SSL certificate by running the command netsh http show ssl in the command prompt. On the certificate that comes back, I can see that the Certificate Store Name is null instead of my ...
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2answers
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What is the difference between a certificate and a key with respect to SSL?

Whenever I try to understand anything about SSL I always have a hard time keeping track of what "key" and "certificate" refer to. I fear many people use them incorrectly or interchangeably. Is there ...
3
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3answers
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Check expiry date of ssl certificate for multiple remote servers

I can find out the expiry date of ssl certificates using this OpenSSL command: openssl x509 -noout -in <filename> -enddate But if the certificates are scattered on different web servers, how ...
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0answers
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How to only accept certificates issued by user-specified CA per domain?

Question Is it possible in Chromium or Firefox to only accept SSL certificates issued by a user-specified CA for a specific domain? Background When you have set up your own certificate authority ...
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2answers
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Example of invalid or expired certificate

Are there any sites that will give me invalid and expired certificate? I need to do some work dealing with those messages, but I can't seem to find any pages that will give me those errors. Do you ...
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3answers
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How to turn off Opera server certificate messages?

While I'm browsing the Internet, Opera always pop out a lots of from these Server certificate expired boxes. Several times it pops out a tons from them and I have to click to Approve on each of them ...
2
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1answer
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Windows 7 root certificate updates

I work for a company that uses Windows 7 for end user computing. The Windows 7 computers are updated via a WSUS installation, and access to Microsoft Update is blocked. We have a problem with a ...
2
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3answers
217 views

Certificates signed by multiple CAs

Is it possible to have a OpenSSL Certificate signed by multiple CAs? Background: We have a CA to issue certificates mainly for our machine-to-machine communications. Now we need to make some services ...
4
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2answers
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CertPatrol warns: “this certificate wasn't due yet”

Cert-patrol warns me on numerous websites, including gmail, that the certificate being used wasn't due yet. Is this something I need to worry about? Why does this occur? Here is a screen-shot (you ...
5
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3answers
329 views

import Certificate in WIndow Xp

I have created a temporary certificate. I am trying to import this certificate.I am importing Certificate to Personnel store of Local Computer and then using FindPrivateKey solution to find privatekey ...
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The certificate is not trusted because no issuer chain was provided

Could anyone explain the meaning of this error message in plain English? Should I add an exception or I should not continue on this website? Technical details: the URL is here, the browser is ...
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0answers
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How to delete or untrust all root certificates in OSX?

I right clicked on all the root certificates, but it doesn't allow me to delete them, or to untrust them all at once. How can this be done? Is it safe to do this?
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Revocation information not available for certificate?

I'm trying to download SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition from MSDNAA on my Windows 7 laptop. When I attempted to start the download, I was shown the following prompt: Revocation Information ...
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0answers
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https sites have stopped working on all browsers [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Continually getting Certificate Errors on all browsers I cannot open any https site on my Windows 7 computer without getting security errors (using any browser) My date ...
5
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1answer
594 views

How to create private security certificates that behave like official ones?

I'm trying to get a valid secured environment for HTTP communication to behave like normal ones. I'm doing this for a restricted group of users. There is a hardware server running a web service ...
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1answer
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Trust SSL certificate to local system account

I have the following need: A windows service needs to connect to a svn repository through https. The service needs also to run as local system account for IO permissions on the machine. Now when the ...
2
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2answers
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Firefox “invalid certificate” error for a trusted website (sec_error_reused_issuer_and_serial)

I am connecting to a website (via Firefox 6.0.2 on Mac OS X 10.6.8) I know is legitimate, and the connection worked up till yesterday. However, when I connected to day I got the following error: ...
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1answer
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IE9: Permanently accept untrusted certificate

When accessing a website via HTTPS which has an untrusted certificate, Internet Explorer 9 always shows me the following error message: Is there a way to import the certificate permanently, so that ...
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1answer
693 views

StartSSL Free Certificate and Plesk, https connection still unsecure

I'd just installed my certs correctly into my Plesk 8.3.0, I encountered some trouble with the "CA didn't sign the certificate" warning message but I solved it. Right now it seems to me that I ...
5
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4answers
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Continually getting Certificate Errors on all browsers

I recently switched to a new laptop running Windows 7. For some reason I am constantly getting certificate errors when hitting sites where I really shouldn't be getting them - twitter, picasa, google ...
2
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1answer
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Generating an X.509 certificate for FTP-over-SSL on Freenas

i've been Googling around for a moment on how to create a X.509 PEM certificate and private key for the FTP function in Freenas. I know i can use SFTP but i want to be able to secure the regular FTP ...
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2answers
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Can I disable certificate error/warning in Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer?

Exactly as the title says; I don't mind which browser, I just want to type "https://........" and see the page normally without any certificate error, knowing that I might risk myself by allowing an ...
2
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1answer
286 views

Does a certificate authority (CA) have to be online constantly?

Does a CA has to be online all the time in order for the whole system to work? For example, if I go to a secure webpage that uses a certificate signed by a CA, I receive a public key along with the ...
4
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1answer
1k views

Why Chromium does not open the Gmail? (reporting a certificate error)

The error I get: The server's security certificate is revoked! You attempted to reach www.google.com, but the certificate that the server presented has been revoked by its issuer. This means that ...
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1answer
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Verify Security Certificate from AusCert

I have my security digital certificate for https signed by AusCert. Given AusCert certificate and my security certificate, is there a tool to test whether it's a valid certificate or not (other than ...