A Wildcard SSL certificate allows a number of subdomains to be contained in the same SSL certificate.

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How to install a SSL certificate on Ubuntu Server?

I need to make the connection between my origin server and CDN (Akamai) secured. I generated and installed a self signed certificate at my origin server (which hosts www.something.com.au) using the ...
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Why does my wildcard SSL certificate cause a domain mismatch error on a second level subdomain?

I have a server https://www.groups.example.com - in FireFox I get the "This Connection is Untrusted" message and the "technical details" say www.groups.example.com uses an invalid security ...
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Google Chrome Returns err_connection_aborted, all other browsers display site

We're hosting a website with IIS on Windows Server 2012. Normally, the site is accessible from any browser. We're seeing the site intermittently accessible on campus when using Google Chrome. The ...
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How do you configure Wildcard SSL on Apache a single IP?

I have recently purchased a Wildcard SSL Certificate for my domain, however I am having difficulty configuring it within Apache. My server has one dedicated IP address, so I have read that you need ...
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wildcard certificates for linux mail servers

I would like to publish non-self-signed SSL certificates for some linux mail servers, which operate SSL and/or TLS mail services. (If relevant, these are dovecot+sendmail servers.) I need to cover ...
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How do I get my wildcard SSL Certificate to work for an Exchange server that is masquerading under that wildcard's domain?

My SSL certificate is for *.example.com but my internal domain is junk.com. I have an Exchange environment that masquerades as mail.example.com. This was working from what I could tell for the last ...
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Mutiple SSL For one domain

Firstly forgive me for my lack of knowledge on this subject. The Scenario is that i run a small hosting company and i wish to have ssl on all my servers. Issue is that i want to install a Extended ...
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SSL Certificate error only on host server

I'm running Windows Server 2008 R2 with IIS 7.5. This is in a development environment. I have a self-signed certificate, and a second wildcard server authentication certificate which was issued by ...
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Does qmail-pop3s supports multiple SSL certificates?

Current setup: 1. I work for E-mail service provider company. 2. We have multiple mail servers on which we use qmail for mail delivery. 3. Each server is hosting multiple different domains for ...
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Basic, wildcard or multidomain SSL certificate? [closed]

I need to secure a domain example.com and subdomains, dash.example.com, sql.example.com, etc... I didn't set up the server so I don't really know the DNS entries. As you may notice I'm really new to ...
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Wildcard SSL Multiple Servers [closed]

Firstly forgive me for my lack of knowledge on this subject. The scenario is that I have a domain example.com. This domain is hosted on 192.168.1.100 for example and is the main domain for a company ...
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ssl certificate error while making cURL request to IP address

I am trying to send a cURL request to a server with an IP address x.x.x.x . It is a part of an health monitoring system. On the server I have configured virtual hosts for subdomain.example.com on both ...
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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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Replace wildcard certificate on multiple sites at once (using command line) on IIS 7.5

I have 3 websites: aaa.my-domain.com, bbb.my-domain.com and ccc.my-domain.com all using a single wildcard certificate *.my-domain.com on IIS 7.5 Windows Server 2008R2 64-bit. That certificate expires ...
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Apache mod_rewrite: domain -> www.domain with wildcard SSL

I have an Apache 2.2 server and a wildcard SSL certificate for *.domain.com and have set up a mod_rewrite ruleset for both 80 and 443 that will properly redirect requests for domain.com to ...
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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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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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Use Wildcard SSL with Amazon EC2 instance, secure.mydomain.com -> EC2 instance

I recently purchased my first wildcard SSL certificate and I am trying to use it to secure the connection between my site (Cent OS 6 VPS) and an Amazon EC2 instance running Ubuntu 12.04. My primary ...
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Some systems cannot connect to ldap via ldaps, but others can, is it the wildcard cert?

When trying to make ldaps connections to my Novel eDirectory 8.8 server, sometimes I have to put TLS_REQCERT never in the client servers ldap.conf file. Obviously, this is a bad idea. The command I ...
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SNI and wildcard SSL certificates on the same server with IIS

I'd like to host a website that should listen to subdomains (e.g. sub.domain.com) together with multiple websites that live just under a second-level domain (e.g. domain2.com, domain3.com) with IIS ...
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EC2 ELB Wildcard SSL Renewal “Invalid Public Key Certificate”

We have an existing ELB on EC2. It's got a GoDaddy issued wildcard ssl cert. I've downloaded the new .crt and gd_bundle.crt from GoDaddy. In ec2 I go to the load balancer, click the certificate, ...
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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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Can wildcard and single domain certificate coexist for the same domain

Because we have externally hosted applications by vendors under specific sub-domains (vendor1.domain.org, vendor2.domain.org...), we would like to keep single certificates for these sub-domains while ...
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nginx reverse ssl proxy with multiple subdomains

I'm trying to locate a high level configuration example for my current situation. We have a wildcard SSL certificate for multiple subdomains which are on several internal IIS servers. ...
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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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SSL wildcard certificates and trailing 'www'

I've got a wildcard SSL certificate for *.mydomain.com. I'm using nginx, and redirecting all traffic for http to https, and also rewriting the URLs without a trailing www (if there is one). So it ...
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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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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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preventing “invalid security certificate” (ssl_error_bad_cert_domain) when using a subdomain forwarded to a dynamic dns domain name

I've been looking around in Google and so far have not found a page that addresses my situation, which is weird because I'm sure it's been attempted thousands, if not millions, of times before. I ...
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wildcard ssl cert. giving error in IE

have a wildcard ssl cert issued to: *.domain.com The cert. is used on 4 virtual hosts in apache2: mail.domain.com gis.domain.com data.domain.com timecard.domain.com Firfox works great, no ...
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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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Wildcard SSL - Apache and Tomcat

We currently run 4 onsite web servers and 1 offsite server. Four of our severs run Apache 2.x webservers, while the one other server runs Tomcat. The server which runs on Tomcat contains third party ...
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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 for *.example.com generated from a.example.com - unable to apply to b.example.com

I am having a problem with understanding/setting up wildcard SSL certificate. The scenario is this: example.com(HTTP) domain is hosted by third party company and as it does not provide specific ...
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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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Apache is serving from the first virtualhost for all subdomains and main domain

Objective: To have multiple sub-domains working successfully with a wildcard SSL certificate. The sub domains do not have separate dedicated cpanel account, and hence share the same dedicated IP ...
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Starfield Wildcard SSL Certificate Not Trusted in All Browsers

I am at a loss as to what else I might try in order to debug this issue with a Starfield Wildcard SSL Certificate. The problem is that in certain browsers (Safari or the most-updated chrome you can ...
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Is it possible to install a wildcard SSL certificate on a server with one site which has multiple aliases (not sub-domains)

I run a small website (www.exampleurl.com) and want to be able to offer clients the ability to have a personalised URL (clientname.exampleurl.com). The important factor here is that each instance of a ...
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How can I use HTTPS with *.domain.com AND domain.com? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to have a certificate which works with both example.com and subdomain.example.com in IIS? I've been looking for a solution to the following problem for a few days ...
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Why does apache httpd tell me that my name-based virtualhosts only works with SNI enabled browers (RFC 4366)

Why does apache give me this error message in my logs? Is it a false positive? [warn] Init: Name-based SSL virtual hosts only work for clients with TLS server name indication support (RFC 4366) I ...
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How to secure both root domain and wildcard subdomains with one SSL cert?

I am trying to generate a self-signed SSL certificate to secure both example.com and *.example.com. Looking at the answers to this and this questions, there seems to be an equal number of people ...
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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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Wildcard not working for sub-sub domain?

I have a wildcard SSL for a certain domain, for question purpose let's say *.example.com. It works fine if I match a direct sub-domain like aaaa.example.com, but when I try to associate a ...