I've got a wildcard SSL certificate installed on a domain hosted with Media Temples Dedicated Virtual 4.0. Here's a simple example page that I'm trying to serve over SSL: https://ssltest.bblhosted.com/
Now, other people I've asked (about 4 or 5) say the site works fine on their computers, in a variety of browsers, with no security warning. However, I'm getting inconsistent results on my computer.
Here are my results. I'm running the latest OSX, with Windows 7 running through Parallels, and the latest versions of all browsers:
OSX / Firefox: Padlock shows, no problems. Windows 7 / Firefox: Warning - 'This connection is untrusted'
OSX / Chrome: Warning - 'This site's security is not trusted!' Windows 7 / Chrome: Green Padlock - 'Identity verified by RappidSSL CA'.
OSX / Opera: Warning - 'This server's certificate chain is incomplete, and the signer(s) are not registered. Accept?' Windows 7 / Opera: Padlock shows, 'securely connected, clean security record'.
OSX / Safari: Warning - 'Safari can't verify the identity of the website'
Windows 7 / IE: Padlock shows, 'This connection to the server is encrypted'.
My question is, can anyone provide any insight into what might be causing the issue here, or how to go about fixing it? Could it be just a problem on my computer, and if so, what? What's particularly strange is that I get opposite results on OSX vs. Windows 7, for the same browsers.
Even if you can just comment what browser / OS you're using, and whether or not it worked for you, that'd be great! Thanks.
The initial email from Rapid SSL gave me one Certificate and one CA certificate. I've updated it to include the two CA certificates here, that Christopher Perrin linked to.
I've tested ssltest.bblhosted.com with Rapid SSL's tool and it says everything is set up correctly (although that tool gave a success before I changed the CA certificate, too).
This tool gives an error - and says it's most likely an intermediate certificate issue.
I'm updating the certificate through Plesk, and I do get the warning "Warning: the CA certificate does not sign the certificate.", though according to this, you can generally ignore that warning.
in var/log/httpd/error_log, I have a bunch of errors like: "RSA server certificate wildcard CommonName (CN) `*.bblhosted.com' does NOT match server name!?"
and in ssl_error_log, I have a bunch of errors like: "[warn] RSA server certificate is a CA certificate (BasicConstraints: CA == TRUE !?)"
I'm not experienced enough to know what they mean. I'll continue the battle tomorrow!