When visiting an SSL protected website, IE8 complains about the certificate name not matching the website address, but gives no information about the certificate or what name it's looking for.
Visiting the same site in IE9 (or IE9 in "IE8 mode"), Firefox, Chrome, and Safari shows no problems, and that the certificate matches the address. Certificate checkers indicate everything is installed and configured correctly.
Does anyone know what might be causing this? Is this a known issue or bug in IE8? I've been Googling for similar issues, but due to the uncertainty as to what's actually going on, I'm not sure what to search for.
My problem reads similar to this question. However, my server is running Apache2.
Edit: Why the downvotes? Have I not described something adequately? Due to privacy concerns, I can't disclose the website. My server, running Fedora, is definitely configured for SNI. However, based on this article and it's test site, I've confirmed that the browser in question (IE8.0.6001 running Windows XP SP3) explicitly does not send the server name when negotiating SSL connections, so SNI won't help.