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Is it possible to deploy SSL catch-all certificate on different servers?

I have a "catch-all certificate" that I would like to use on another server that resides in another VM. How can I achieve this? I haven't seen any docs that explain otherwise.
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Two domains, two SSL certificates, one IP

I'm trying to run two domains, one with a wildcard certificate and the other one with a regular certificate from one IP and one nginx. Setup: example1.com with wildcard certificate example2.com with ...
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Unable to complete secure transaction - Nginx Opera browser

i have this nginx.conf file worker_processes 4; worker_priority 15; error_log logs/error.log notice; pid logs/nginx.pid; events { use kqueue; # event method, kqueue ...
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How to decide where to purchase a wildcard SSL certificate?

Recently I needed to purchase a wildcard SSL certificate (because I need to secure a number of subdomains), and when I first searched for where to buy one I was overwhelmed with the number of choices, ...
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Multiple SSL certs for wildcard domain

I would like to set up an EV SSL certifcate for a few subdomains like blog.domain.com and www.domain.com. I also need to set up a wildcard PositiveSSl cert for *.domain.com, excluding blog.domain.com ...
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Do I need wildcard SSL for the www subdomain

I own example.com, example.net, and example.biz. I use Apache to rewrite example.net and example.biz to example.com. Based on this rewriting, it is my understanding that I would only need a ...
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How does this kind of SSL work?

"Issued to" and "Domain Name" doesn't match but still valid and accepted by all major browsers without any warning. While previewing my blog post in Blogger, I noticed that my blog was previewed via ...
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Will renewing a wildcard SSL certificate on one server invalidate the certificate on other servers?

We have a wildcard SSL certificate that is due to expire in a few weeks. I currently have this certificate installed on six servers. I'd like to renew it on one server first, test it out, and then ...
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Apache: Pass phrase incorrect SSLPassPhraseDialog [duplicate]

On one of my servers I observe the following problem with SSL passphrase: some certs are passing it without asking for a password, while some others keep asking for it. I have set it up globally: ...
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Wildcard certificate causes warning on Google Chrome only

I have a company.sv domain and recently purchased a RapidSSL wildcard certificate, I installed it and tested it with many browsers(Firefox, Chromium, Chrome, IE) and SSL checking tools, it worked fine ...
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134 views

Wildcard SSL not working for multiple subdomains

I have a wildcard SSL for my website, but I'm getting a strange error in my web browser(s). You attempted to reach app.dev.mysite.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself ...
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wildcard setup with 2 nginx servers

I just need a bit of help with https config for nginx using a wildcard domain name across 2 servers. we have the wildcard domain lets call it *.mydomain.com We currently have a server ...
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107 views

Can I create a wildcard ssl cert for a subdomain?

I have created my own CA cert, and created a wildcard ssl cert for *.domain.com. But we use a lot of sub-domains of the form abc.xyz.domain.com, and I can't seem to create a wild card that will work ...
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SSL Certificate, multiple servers, and DNS

We have two servers in different physical locations. They will be configured in a cluster so that information can be transferred between them. Server hostnames are as follows: ...
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1answer
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Exchange 2010 Certificate Error

I began a transition from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 today. At the moment nearly all of my users are still on 2K3 (save for a few test accounts on the 2K10 server.) As best as I can tell ...
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341 views

Renewing an SSL cert process mapped out. Sanity check?

Most documentation on initial SSL setup is pretty good, but what about a renewal for an existing SSL? I really dont want to fix anything that doesnt need fixing. I cant exactly test this out on a ...
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813 views

Why Apache is returning a wrong certificate?

I have foo.es site with a SSL wildcard certificate running since 2 years ago. Now I want to install another certificate for "*.foo.com" in the same server. I've copied the new foo_com.crt and ...
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Wildcard SSL behaves inconsistently across browsers / OS's / computers

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: ...
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Outlook Internet Security Warning with UCC w/ Subject Alternative Names

I installed a certificate on the mail server with Subject Alternative Names. Thunderbird does not throw any warnings but when an Outlook 2007 client connects, it throws a warning titled, "Internet ...
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Are SSL certificates fixed to IP's within a region?

I need to purchase a wildcard ssl certificate. I am looking at purchasing it from Comodo, however when I go to purchase it there is a question asking to "select the region that you are located in". ...
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nginx ssl certificate issue key values mismatch

I am have been trying to setup an ssl certificate for a few days now, I am buying it from Namecheap.com and I am buying a rapid ssl wildcard certificate I am doing the following: Generate a csr - ...
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Wildcard SSL certificate for a domain that may already have other certificates setup - any issues with that?

I'm thinking installing a wildcard cert for a site we are migrating from another company's server to our server. The domain has many other subdomains, and I'm guessing some of them of single domain ...
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Multi domain wildcard cert on IIS only works when I'm connected via VPN

I have an IIS 7.5 server which, in order to access via Remote Desktop, I have to connect to Cisco VPN It has several with several sites on it e.g. site1 bindings: www.domain1.com, domain1.com ...
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Wildcard SSL certificates, EV

I run a Magento e-commerce store with multiple subdomains for an affiliate program, plus a main store. Example, foo.example.com and bar.example.com are affiliates, www.example.com is my main store. ...
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Installed wildcard Certification not showing up in the IIS6 Available Certificates box

I've installed a GoDaddy wildcard certificate on my Win2003/IIS6 Server. It shows up in the Intermediate Certificate Authorities area of the MMC Certicates. All looks fine: Issued to: *.mydomain.com; ...
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Watchguard Firebox SSL certificate validation failed

I'm really stuck on this one! I have two Watchguard firebox firewalls. My SSL certificates expired and I bought two new wildcard certificates from RapidSSL. I couldn't get the certificate to install ...
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Can you install a wildcard SSL and single EV SSL together for the same domain?

I currently have a EV Premium SSL from godaddy.com for www.mydomain.com Is it possible to install a wildcard SSL together with a EV Premium SSL? www.mydomain.com is my main SSL as customers see it ...
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Should a wildcard SSL certificate secure both the root domain as well as the sub-domains?

I ask this question, because Comodo are telling me that a wildcard certificate for *.example.com will also secure the root domain example.com. So with a single certificate, both my.example.com and ...
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353 views

What is the maximum strength of a wildcard SSL certificate

i had an interesting conversation with a bank IT security employee, and they raised a few questions. What is the maximum strength/bit length of a wildcard domain certificate? Are they as secure? (in ...
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191 views

Is including internal servers into ssl certificate a problem?

We deploy a web application (Dynamics CRM) on a single IIS server which should be reachable from the internet. The application is only accessible with HTTPS. Therefore we need a ssl-certificate, ...
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nginx ssl wildcard cert issues

We currently have a single nginx server running as a backend proxy for 4-5 Apache servers. my problem is that after installing the ssl certificate i get the following error when testing the ssl ...
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1answer
643 views

Wildcard SSL certificate not working with Chrome's built-in Flash player

I'm currently working on a system that has a Flash Client talking to a remote application server via RTMPS. The Flash Client and the app server handshake using an SSL wildcard certificate. For ...
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Wildcard SSL certificate and subdomain levels

our server url schema is setup like this: customer-domain.extension.clients.example.com For example: customer-domain.net.clients.example.com So the clients.example.com never really changes but ...
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Generating self-signed, wildcard certificate for IIS 7.5 on .local domain

Is it possible to generate self signed, wild-card ssl certificate for internal domain on IIS 7.5 for testing purposes. For example I'd like common name to be *.domain.local Similar question for IIS 6 ...
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Are *.domain.com wild card SSL certificates expected to or required to only be used by 1 IP?

Are *.domain.com wild card SSL certificates expected to or required to only be used by 1 IP? Such that site1.domain.com is on ServerX and site2.domain.com is on ServerY where both servers have ...
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Install new wildcard SSL cert on top of existing single domain cert - any pitfalls?

I'm about to install a wildcard SSL cert *.example.com (from digicert) over top of an existing single domain cert www.example.com (from thwate). Are there any potential problems to watch out for when ...
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Wildcard SSL on IIS7 - Does each site need it's own IP?

If I buy a Wildcard SSL Certificate for one domain, like: domain.com and I have 40 sites, like apples.domain.com and pears.domain.com All the sites are on the same IIS 7 server Does each site need a ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 Express + Wildcard SSL Certificate

Wildcard certificates (for example, *.example.com) simply did not work in SQL Server 2008 or lower. But Encrypting Connections to SQL Server on MSDN states, plain as day, that SQL Server 2008 R2 ...
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How to configure a new subdomain for a wildcard certificate?

We have wildcard certificate installed in our production environment. One of our client wants his name to appear in the URL (e.g. companyname.example.com). How we should facilitate this? Do we need ...
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Exchange 2003 Outlook Anywhere - Changed certificate, not working

I have a single Exchange 2003 installation which for the past 2 years has been set up for Outlook Anywhere access by means of a self-signed certificate. Just this past week I updated that certificate ...