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

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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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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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htaccess with wildcard SSL

We have a Wildcard SSL Certificate that is supposed to work on any subdomain of a given domain. So in this server we have this file structure: /home/DOMAIN/public_html/subdomainx ...
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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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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 ...
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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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Multiple Django sites on a single SSL certificate using a single IP with Apache

Is it technically possible to setup multiple Django sites using a single SSL certificate on a single IP address with Apache? Below is an excerpt from my SSL config: Alias /media/ ...
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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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Amazon ELB HTTPS Backend authentication causing invalid certificate error

I have a wild card SSL certificate issued by Starfield Secure Certifcation Authority that is valid thru 2014. I have been using the certificate with ELB without backend authentication (cert not ...
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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 ...
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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, ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...
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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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Apache, Wildcard SSL and mod_rewrite

I have a wildcard SSL cert, which is working fine: <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName star.mydomain.com DocumentRoot /dev/null SSLEngine On SSLCertificateFile ...
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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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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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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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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 ...
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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 ...
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Virtualmin: Automatically create SSL based website with a shared SSL wildcard cert?

I managed to configure this very nicely under cPanel/WHM, but I am having trouble configuring it under Virtualmin: when I create a new Virtual Server in Virtualmin, I want it to automatically create ...