SSL certificates are used to encrypt and authenticate connections to web servers

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What type of certificate is the Comodo Free (for 90 days) SSL? [on hold]

Comodo offers a 90-day free SSL certificate. It's unclear though what kind of cert it is. Other than mentioning "limited to one issuance per domain", the signal-to-marketing ratio is very low. I doubt ...
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Is a good idea to use a SSL UCC certificate for two different but related web sites?

There are two e-commerce sites on the same Apache server, moreover they share the same Drupal installation with common users and products. They differ for domain name and for aspect but are ...
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Apache Server does not update certificate for subdomains after restart

I have a server which has domain1.example.com and domain2.example.com. The server is using 2 certificates one for domain1.example.com and a UCC certificate for domaind.example.com. My ssl config is as ...
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Wildcard SSL on 2 Servers

I'm helping an SEO client install an SSL certificate and have run into some issues. I'll try to simplify it. He has 2 servers: 1. SERVER A: Internal server running IIS that contains chat and support ...
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facebook app giving Security error when click on a shared link to my site [on hold]

I have built a site and users are sharing it on facebook, but when one of their friends click on the link it give them this error. Security error There are problems with the security ...
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Cross Domain LDAPS

I have a bit of an issues I am running in to. We have two domains: domain1.com domain2.com Our Enterprise and Subordinate CA Resides on domain1, let's call it subca.domain1.com. I am trying to ...
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Windows XP invalid certificate on Nginx

I migrated my SSL websites and certificates from Apache to Nginx and from that moment all Windows XP clients does not recognize the SSL certificate (it is a wildcard certificate issued by Trustico). ...
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Is is possible to disable Certificate Transparency (audit log checking) of certificates in Chrome?

We utilize HTTPS deep packet inspection in our firewall via a trusted root certificate in the Windows certificate store. Chrome recently pushed forward with a feature to perform additional checks on ...
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Configuring IIS ARR for backend client certificate authentication

I have an IIS server configured with ARR to reverse proxy requests to a backend server. The backend server requires client certificate authentication, however, it only needs to authenticate the ...
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Best Certs to use for internal https [duplicate]

I'm helping out a large church with some IT stuff they have lots of internal secure connections, like to the security cameras, or to the UniFi AP controller that want to use https. Of course each of ...
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“Connection restarted while page was loading” in Firefox when using SSL

I am developing an ASP.NET web app. The Login page use client certificates as credentials. IIS is configured so the Login.aspx require client certificate and SSL. On Explorer you select a client ...
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View the SSL certificate of a page that immediately redirects to another

So I've googled quite a bit for this but it appears that my google-fu fails me - apologies if this is a trivial and already answered question, I could not find anything about this I'm trying to ...
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Easiest way to generate PFX certificate (Windows)

At the moment to generate PFX Certificate, I use openssl and: Generate a CSR with its private key Connect to my CA website (Microsoft CA), and submit CSR along with (san:dns=) additional attribute. ...
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What would be a less-known SSL certificate attribute to look out for? [closed]

I'm looking for a simple domain SSL certificate for our company's website and I'm a little confused. A lot of them seems to offer the exact same features, yet at price ranges going from 5$ / year to ...
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Why does Chrome complain about “obsolete cryptography”?

I am hosting an ASP.NET website with wildcard ssl certificate on IIS / Windows 2008R2. While Chrome works fine with my website and shows a green lock the https connection, the https details mention ...
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Why are many mail servers using subdomains like mail.example.com?

I'm just setting up dovecat and postfix for the first time and wondering why so many companies are using subdomains for IMAP and SMTP like smtp.mail.example.com and imap.mail.example.com? What are ...
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TLS for outgoing mail (following ISPmail) not working

I built my mailserver on a vserver after the ISPmail tutorial (https://workaround.org/ispmail/wheezy) (which is awesome). The only remaining problem is that it does not seem to use TLS with outgoing ...
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Replace ssl certificate in bundle

I'm not really used to administration stuff so please bear with me. Recently, the server's certificate from RapidSSL expired and we renewed an received a new one. TO replace the cert, I opened up ...
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How to unassign self-signed cert from SMTP on Exchange 2010?

We have a GoDaddy wildcard certificate that we have installed into Exchange 2010 and is successfully used on IIS connections for OWA. We have assigned this certificate to the SMTP Service as well as ...
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Imported wildcard SSL Certificate on Windows Server 2008 R2 IIS7.5 ERR_CONNECTION_RESET

I've been battling this all day! I've exported our production SSL Certificate to a PFX file, copied this to our dev IIS server. Using MMC, added the certificate management, imported the PFX into the ...
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Do I need a wildcard cert if I'm running two SSL websites off different ports?

If I've got two vhosts for two different websites running off 8081 and 8082 (both SSL), do I need a wildcard cert? The hostnames resolve to the same IP but seeing as they are running off of different ...
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MS Webdeploy V3 encryptPassword correct usage

I have installed MS Webdeploy (Version 3.5) on both my ("old") Server 2003/IIS6 and ("new") Server 2012/IIS8. Currently, I am following the guidelines in the article here, backing up the Target ...
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Client Certificate Web Service Call

I have a requirement to call server web service with client certificate. They have provided me one .crt file. I am hosting my project in WindowsServer2008 IIS7. I install .crt from right click ...
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firefox with ssl two way authentication chains

I fall into a never ending trouble with certificate chains and 2-way authentication on my servers; I'll try to describe the problem as best as I can: I have 2 sites on 2 different servers, ...
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Unable to install ssl on Debian. Mozzila showing “Secure Connection Failed”

I downloaded 2 files from GoDaddy. 27c17d93d400c2.crt gd_bundle-g2-g1.crt And put it in /etc/ssl/localcerts/. I did what mentioned here. My default-ssl file looks like: <IfModule ...
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Multiple Certificates on Exchange for OWA and EWS

We are currently running Exchange 2007. All our clients access the EWS service on Outlook via the internal server name server.domain.local. For this we use a self-signed certificate from the domain's ...
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Exchange 2010 rejecting Amazon SES TLS with UntrusedRoot

Due to our network setup, when we moved our business last year we switched Exchange 2010 to use AWS SES to relay our outgoing emails. This has worked pretty well up until yesterday, when Exchange ...
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Does my SSL cert have anything to do with or say about the symmetric session key?

The answer found on this server fault thread is my jumping off point for this general topic: http://serverfault.com/a/313558 ... and this question can be thought of as a follow-up to that answer. ...
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Certificate common name invalid

I have a webserver and its domain name is foo.com, if I access the site in https://foo.com I will receive the warning from Chomre browser. NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID I searched the web and ...
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Pick SSL cert based on domain name without separate VHosts

I'm working with a WordPress multi-site network that has various top-level domain names. We're currently serving them all up with one virtual host: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName ...
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Pound proxy timeout error

I have a timeout problem with Pound proxy and load balancer. I have a pound -> varnish -> nginx server chain, I am using pound to handle the ssl certification. Every ~10% of the requests runs ...
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NGNIX 1.6.2 on Debian8: Won't start after adding SSL

I can't figure out even the text of the error I get from starting it ● nginx.service - A high performance web server and a reverse proxy server Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/nginx.service; ...
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Permissions to attach client auth certificate in Windows

I have Win32 app that does web service calls that need a client auth cert to be attached to each message. The code works fine on all the machines I manage, but some clients are getting issues where ...
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Strange SSL certificate and https website

Checking this https://racq.travelinsurancepartners.com.au/, you will find the browser is displaying things OK. However, browsing https://www.travelinsurancepartners.com.au/, you will see the browser ...
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Certificates not working optimally with NGINX

I have a test NGINX server that behaves strange with certificates. I have compiled NGINX 1.9.1 and custom openssl-1.0.2a on an Ubuntu 14.04-server. $ nginx -V nginx version: nginx/1.9.1 built by gcc ...
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Exchange 2013 with two wildcard certificates for services

We've an Exchange Server with two different DNS names pointing to the same server, the internal and the external name. Something like this: exchange.domain.com [External Domain] ...
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SSL Certificate Install in IIS7 from PFX issue

I was following along this list for installing an SSL certificate and got stuck on step 12/13. Apparently there is no 'director security tab' in IIS 7.x so I'm not sure how to proceed. In my IIS ...
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Do I need a new certificate?

We currently are running our server in a Windows 2008 R2 environment (IIS7) on the company intranet. We are moving to a hosted server running W2012 on XAMP (apache/tomcat) stack. Do I need to ...
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nginx: No client certificate CA names sent

I have nginx and want it to verify client certificates. So I bought commercial certificate for server, and non-commercial for clients. Basically I've generated client certificates with easy-rsa ...
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OCS Inventory Agent Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with known CA certificates

I have configured OCS Inventory server for our helpdesk department. Few days ago they asked me to help them with OCSAgent configuration. They agents don't want to connect to server via ssl when ...
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SunOne Webserver 6.1 support for SHA2

I have sunone webserver 6.1SP19. Just like to check whether the certutil option -Z supports SHA256. I searched from examples and so far, what I see is -Z SHA1. I would like to create a CSR with SHA2 ...
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SSL certificate installation on AWS Load Balancer

I am following this documentation to set up GoDaddy's standart SSL on my EC2 instance using Load Balancer: Create a Server Certificate I connect to my instance using amazon's java based SSH and run ...
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Windows Home Server 2011 and SSL certificates

I am running a home server with Windows Home Server 2011 and have set up Remote Web Access and Remote Desktop. I also have a valid SSL certificate from PositiveSSL which is set up on IIS. But whenever ...
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How to Setup Apache as a reverse proxy to another ip

I have a wordpress site example.com running from apache on server1 and example.com/forum running on a different server(server2). I have a Single Domain SSL Certificate which is not limited to a ...
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Google app engine SSL and map to example.com/api

I'm going to setup the SSL for my domain, now, the configuration is this: - google cloud machine that hosts the website (example.com), and a webapp (js, example.com/myapp) that communicates with API ...
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SSL Configuration failed in Apache after moving keys/certs to another machine

I'm in the process of moving my website to another server, and after moving the SSL key and certs and recreating the same Apache config, I encounter the following in the error logs at the time of ...
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Generating a CSR with a Multi-Domain Wildcard SSL [duplicate]

I tried Googling and haven't been able to find anything reliable that shows me how to generate the CSR. I have multiple domains, that I'd like added so I can't use the usual OpenSSL wizard: ...
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Is it possible to get 'csr' info from SSL certificate in web browser? [closed]

When creating a csr you provide some information about Country,company, email, etc. Then when the certificate files are installed in i.e. apache , you browse to the url and see i.e. in chrome the ...
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CentOS 7 Automated SSL Generation from Active Directory

I have an Active Directory Server setup for Certificate Services. I am able to manually generate certs as needed. However, I need to find a way to automate the sending of the cert request to AD and ...
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NGNIX, SSL Certificates and PC-DSSI 3.1

We are going to have to pass a PCI 3.1 audit for the web application we're currently developing. It's on Amazon EC2 running NGINX under Debian. We're in contact with Symantec for certificates and ...