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Multiple websites on one server/IP; only one with SSL

I recently acquired an SSL certificate for my primary site (https://wemarsh.com/). It works great, and I've even set up an .htaccess rule so all traffic on that site is encrypted. (I'm running ...
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Mumble - Can't log in as SuperUser for the first time

I am trying to set up a Mumble LAN server for my household. I have downloaded and installed Mumble and Murmur and set up murmur.ini but when I try to log in as SuperUser for the first time to ...
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How can I automatically trust a Root CA in Firefox given a PEM file?

I have: Firefox 24.0 on Windows 7 Enterprise A frequent need to have Firefox trust a specific Root CA in Base64-encoded "PEM" format on disk, e.g. C:\foo.pem (for instance) The certificate I need ...
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Where to install SSL Cert

I have Bluehost hosting my landing page and a few subdomains. One of the subdomains has a A-Record that points to an Amazon EC2 instance running tomcat. I would like the tomcat application to be ...
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How do you fix an incomplete SSL chain

I have a Go Daddy SSL cert installed, and works fine everywhere except Android. https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html says the chain is incomplete, and I read on stack overflow that an SSL ...
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puppetd --test err: Could not request certificate: Connection refused - connect(2) Exiting; failed to retrieve certificate and waitforcert is disabled

I m new to puppet and i m trying to have connection to my puppet server, when i ping to my puppetmaster it runs well but when i run puppetd --test t shows me following error. puppetd --test info: ...
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SSl for a Ruby Website

How to install a SSl certificate for a Ruby website where in the same Linux web server PHP blog is running? Both the primary website(Ruby) "www.example.com" and Blog(php) blog.example.com are running ...
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How to tell `links` to ignore expired SSL certificate and proceed?

I'm using the links browser and trying to connect to an HTTPS site. I then get: Verification failure: certificate has expired this is "fine" (i.e. was decided to be tolerated) for this ...
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How to add a self-signed certificate as an exception in Chrome?

I have a number of network devices that I access over HTTPS. However, they are self-signed certificates, so Chrome displays a warning page. In earlier versions of chrome, I seem to remember an "add ...
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How do I view a browser's root certifying authority/certificate hierarchy

I am trying to follow the instructions in this link(the first one with 12 reputation points) - ...
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SSL Certificates for Plesk dedicated server

We have a dedicated server that is using Plesk 11 and we would like to buy and install a certificate to acheive the following: Remove the "There is a problem with this website's security ...
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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 ...
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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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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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Who provides SSL certificates to Google? [closed]

Out of curiousity I was wondering who provides Google's SSL certificates. I checked the certificate information in Chrome (on vanilla https://google.com) and it shows that it is authored by: Google ...
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Should I let JungleDisk replace my /Library/Preferences/cacert.pem?

About a week ago JungleDisk Desktop backup started warning it couldn't upload a "database" file (that it uses for speed), and was falling back to a regular upload, which succeeds. Example message: ...
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How to intercept SSL authority certificate needed in a corporate environment?

My situation is the following: in our corporate network a special kind of SSL certificate issued by the company itself is used. Every time I open a site via https in Firefox a warning monit is ...
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Do Chrome and Firefox give you a certificate error for a locally signed certificate even if the certificate is in the trusted store?

I created a self signed certificate for local testing. The certificate generates an error in firefox and chrome saying: myPC:443 uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted ...
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separate irssi services passwords from main configuration file

I want to automatically connect to some IRC networks that don't all support authentication SSL client certificates (like OFTC) or SASL (Freenode). At the same time I want to add my irssi config to ...
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How can I verify a certificate's fingerprints?

I use gmail with mutt over imap. imaps://imap.gmail.com:993 Today when I launched mutt, it prompted me to reject or accept a certificate. Screenshot: q:Exit ?:Help This certificate belongs to: ...
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How to notice missing certificates in Firefox

When I go to some sites, part of the site is missing. I don't have this problem in other browsers. After further experimentation I figured out that the reason is that the site uses different ...
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Establish https on nonstandard port

I'm trying to estamblish https on port 55434 (different than standard 443). My nginx configuration looks like this: server { server_name example.org; listen 55434 ssl; ssl ...
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Does having an SSL certificate make ssh/sftp connections any more automatic?

When I log in to a new machine (or from a new machine) using ssh/sftp, I get prompted with the "here's this random string of hex digits; should I trust it?" question. And, since I never have the ...
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Permissions for SSL key?

I'm trying to set up a secure connection (https) in nginx. But I'm a bit worried about the private key's permissions, which aren't mentioned in any tutorial. Should I change them? To what?
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How to create a SSL certificate signed by an intermediate certificate

I am building a web site with HTTPS. The host has both a DNS name and an IP address and I'd like the SSL certificate(s) to cover both. I've been given a certificate that is signed by a trusted party - ...
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self-signed SSL certificate error: certificate has invalid digital signature

I have a c# program and part of it creates a self-signed certificate. The problem is when i try to import the certificate in MMC it says "This certificate has an invalid digital signature." And when ...
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What type of ssl certificate to select

I have a commercial site and wanted to change to SSL at least for the logged in users. Hoping someone can provide some advice: I only have one domain, but ideally I'd like to test on our development ...
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Must CSRs be generated on the server that will host the SSL certificate?

Is it necessary to generate the CSR (Certificate Signing Request) on the same machine that will host my web application and SSL certificate?
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SSL Forging With Portable Firefox?

In Portable Firefox for Windows, I looked at the options where it lists SSL certificates. I know that Windows stores SSL certificates in its own store. Does Firefox use these certificates? I am ...
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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 ...
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How do I get my browser to ignore certificate on trusted domain

I got this message when I tried to login to my own dedi or one of the cpanel. The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address. It's my site. I ...
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IE - Personal Certificates - where does it read it from?

If I go to Internet Explorer Options -> Content Tab -> Certificates Button -> Personal Tab, I see a list of certificates there - where does IE read from? Several of these certificates are different ...
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Safari forces user to select client certificate even if it is optional

This question is loosely related to another one: IIS7.5 SSL Question, Safari users get a prompt of certificate to select, but since it was asked more than a year ago I thought that there may be some ...
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use HTTPS to browse locally used site

I have a website used locally in my domain using IIS7 installed on Windows 2008. This website is bound to HTTP, and I need to bind it using HTTPS. I searched around and I saw that it's possible with ...
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Permanently use certificate for site on chrome

I have installed a certificate in chrome for a website I am running. Whenever I go to the site, chrome prompts me for which certificate I want to use. I only have one certificate for the site. Is ...
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Creating a certificate for apache without hostname

I created a .crt certificate for Apache, however I could only import it to my java cacerts with the hostname I generated it with. This is for testing only and is self signed. I have both a hostname ...
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openssl: register a CA as an unprivileged user

I'm in a situation where I have a Certificate Authority (CA) that I need to register with openssl, but no root access. Even if I had root access, I don't think it would be right to register this at a ...
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How long does it take to see a renewed SSL certificate?

I just renewed the SSL certificate for a domain and installed the new files on my AWS server running Apache. All appears to be ok, but the browser still shows the old expiration date. Is there a way I ...
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Outdated Trusted Root Certification Authority in Windows 7?

I can't access any of the Google websites (primarily) because of an "untrusted security certificate". From what I've found, it seems that the Trusted Root Certification Authorities Store is outdated. ...
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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 ...
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Unable to create chained SSL certificate

I'm trying to upgrade the SSL certificate on my Jira server. Currently, it is working absolutely fantastic with correct chained certificates. I have one root, two intermediates and one domain ...
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Why my SSL doesn't work? [closed]

I've tried for several days to make a HTTPS server but I cannot make it happen, I've followed this and this tutorial, where I make the server signed with the certificate, but when I probe the ...
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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 ...
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Can I use one SSL Certificate on multiple sub-domains?

We have these separate sites: a.example.com, b.example.com, and c.example.com. Now we want to add an SSL Certificate to these sites. There is a pretty good tutorial for this, but I have a couple ...
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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 ...
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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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What limitations apply to SSL Certificates?

If I buy some certificate from, say, Thawte or Verisign etc. they have only time limits right? Or do they also have number of connections limits? I think not, and I never met this limit. But I would ...
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How do I disable the “This is probably not the site that you are looking for!” warning in Google Chrome? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? I have to regularly browse to a site where the SSL certificate appears to be ...
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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?