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Make a wildcard using TinyCA

I have 3 web servers all located behind it`s own public IP. Is it possible to make a wildcard for example non *example.com in tinyCA, and how I proceed to get this to work? I have searched google ...
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jboss wildcard cert import

I have a wildcard Cert from godaddy that is installed in our network on a 2008 R2 server running IIS. I have several windows servers now using this wildcard cert and importing into IIS was very ...
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Can I use a single SSLCertificateFile for all my VirtualHosts instead of creating one of it for each VirtualHost?

I have many Apache VirtualHosts for each of which I use a dedicated SSLCertificateFile. This is an configuration example of a VirtualHost: <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName ...
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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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What's the difference between: Verisign Thawte Geotrust Rapidssl certs?

Verisign owns all these certificate issuing companies: Verisign Thawte Geotrust and Rapidssl. What is the difference between them and why is the price difference so great? Update: Here are just a ...
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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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ssl certificates for *.subdomain.example.com

I plan on getting a wildcard certificate for my domain like *.example.com, but I've heard varying reports about whether it will also work with second-level subdomains like *.subdomain.example.com -- ...
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Changing SSL Cert results in “Connection Interupted Error”

We are trying to apply a new certificate to our IIS webserver. However, whenever I go to IIS's admin interface and select the new cert, any browser requests come back with a "Connection Interrupted" ...
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Can the same wildcard SSL certificate be used on different IP addresses and/or boxes?

Example: Wildcard SSL certificate for *.example.com installed on two different boxes. hostEU.example.com A 60.70.80.90 hostUS.example.com A 200.210.220.240 I assume this is a perfectly valid ...
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Error with ONE server under a wildcard certificate

We are having one user who is having an issue connecting to one of our servers. we have a wildcard cerificate : *.ourdomain.com user can go to d.ourdomain.com and have no certificate error in the ...
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Which wildcard SSL cert vendors allow you to set up the same cert on multiple servers? [closed]

We are looking to set up a service where multiple boxes, in different data centers, would allow HTTPS access. We are looking to set to buy a wildcard SSL cert to handle any number of vanity sub ...