I have a haproxy / stunnel server that handles SSL for our sites on AWS. During testing I created a self signed cert on this server and hit it from my desktop using Chrome to test that stunnel was working correctly.
Now I have installed the legitimate cert on that server. When I hit the site from my machine in Chrome it throws the following error:
Error 113 (net::ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH): Unknown error.
My guess is that Chrome cached the key for the self signed cert and it doesn't match that of the legitimate cert? This site works in all other browsers on my machine so it is just a Chrome problem.
One interesting note: When hitting the page from a incognito session (ctrl-shift-n) it works correctly. So it is clearly some sort of cache thing.
I did all the things I could think of (dumped my cache, deleted certs from the Personal and Other People page in the Manage Certificates dialog, ctrl-F5 etc...)
My machine is Windows 7 x64 Chrome version : 12.0.742.91
EDIT: I found this link, it sounds like my issue but no resolution http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?tid=685998387b6d8d86&hl=en
UPDATE So it seems to have "fixed itself" today. I hate problems like this. I still don't know what caused it or how it resolved itself, presumably the cached cert expired or something but I am still interested to know where this information is stored and how to verify it.