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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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2answers
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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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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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1answer
143 views

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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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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1answer
93 views

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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206 views

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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1answer
102 views

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 ...
4
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0answers
144 views

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 ...
2
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1answer
485 views

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, ...
2
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1answer
621 views

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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1answer
68 views

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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1answer
276 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 ...
2
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3answers
372 views

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 ...
0
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3answers
123 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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1answer
67 views

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: ...
0
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1answer
442 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 ...
0
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1answer
66 views

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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3answers
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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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1answer
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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 ...
0
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1answer
342 views

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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1answer
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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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1answer
968 views

godaddy SSL certificate shows domain name instead of full company name

We just took a deluxe wildcard (*.domain.com) certificate from godaddy. The process also included company name verification and company phone verification. After installing, the browser (firefox) ...
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1answer
939 views

godaddy's wildcard SSL certificate is not working on heroku

I have several related services on different first level subdomains of one domain. The goal is enable https in all of them. So I've bought a wildcard SSL certificate from GoDaddy for my domain: ...
0
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1answer
833 views

Need help converting wildcard CRT to PFX for use with Windows Azure

I need help preparing a wildcard SSL certificate purchased from NetworkSolutions. I called their tech support, and Jason told me "I am unfamiliar with Windows, just google it...". Here is what I ...
0
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1answer
129 views

IIS7 SSL Wildcard Certificate

Will a wildcard certificate work with a domain and a subdomain? http://example.com http://sub.example.com Can I setup a wildcard certificate to be used by these two? In the tutorials I have ...
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4answers
808 views

Nginx. How do I reject request to unlisted ssl virtual server?

I have a wildcard SSL certificate and several subdomains on the same ip. Now I want my nginx to handle only mentioned server names and drop connection for others so that it'd look like nginx is not ...
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4answers
425 views

Wildcard cert Exchange 2010 on Server 2008 R2 - broken pages, broken Droid connection?

Hardware/software info Server 2008 R2 64 bit IIS 7 Exchange 2010 Issues and steps taken: I have imported my Godaddy wildcard cert, and all intermediate certs related to the wildcard cert, into ...
2
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1answer
370 views

ADFS 2.0 and Dynamics CRM 2011 SSL for what domain?

I have read that the best practice for an IFD Dynamics deployment is to use ADFS2.0 and lock it down with a wildcard SSL Certificate. The domain name I want to use for the Dynamics deployment is ...
0
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1answer
86 views

Wildcard certificate with separate certificates for each host

We're using a wildcard certificate on several hosts, which right now means that we have to distribute the wildcard cert's private key to each machine, which is a security problem. On the other hand, ...
0
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1answer
292 views

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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1answer
385 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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3answers
408 views

is wildcard ssl insecure?

Is there anything inherently more insecure about using a wildcard SSL certificate over a regular SSL certificate? We are looking to implement a subdomained web application (a la FreshBooks and ...
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2k views

postfix smtps issue

Im currently experiencing the following issue with postfix over ssl (smtps) Apr 7 13:43:55 server88-208-248-147 postfix/smtpd[5777]: connect from xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Apr 7 13:45:09 ...
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setup multiple ssl certs on Amazon EC2 instance running on ubuntu 10.04

I need to secure 2 different domains that are both on the same EC2 instance. Reason: 1 is a sales website. the other is the webapp. Both need to access the same MySQL database. EDIT Sales website ...
2
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1answer
232 views

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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1answer
257 views

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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3answers
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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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3answers
215 views

Can you add a normal SSL certificate to the base of a wildcard certificate?

I have a wildcard SSL certificate setup on *.domain.com and its working fine. I now want to add a single ssl certificate to domain.com. Is this likely to cause me problems? I assume not, but I ...
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1answer
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SSL setup: UCC or wildcard certificates?

I've scoured the web for a clear and concise answer to my SSL question, but to no avail. So here goes: I have a web-service requiring SSL support for authentication pages. The root-level domain ...
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1answer
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Having many subdomains with SSL--best practices?

I have a site that has many subdomains (one for each client). The content for each subdomain will be different, pulling different data, different layouts etc, so I don't think I can just alias one ...