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I tried debugging my HTTPS settings for a server and got an error as:

error:num=19:self signed certificate in certificate chain

Here is the complete output of the test.

Can anyone comment how can I find more information about it. There are 4 certificates installed on, Do i actually need the forth one? Which one of the 4 certificate is self signed certificate, how can I find it and debug and fix it


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Not an expert, but check this link maybe you will get some more info to work with. – coredump Feb 18 '11 at 12:49
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It seems that there is problem with SSL Installation. It is still showing as SelfSigned Certificate. You can check your SSL Installation at following URL:

There are other tools are available too:

Please let me know if this would help you wit the same.

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Thanks, I was able to verify that my new chain certificate is working better and is verified. – Sparsh Gupta Feb 18 '11 at 13:51

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