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Jul
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
21
answered How to read backward from the end of file in less or more?
May
11
comment Redirect entire VHost to HTTPS on same domain
@krisFR Haha the bonus points were more of a mental thing. You have plenty of real points =) I don't know about perf, but it can't be all that bad. I only googled for 'without mod_rewrite' and couldn't find it. Still would be cool
May
11
answered Redirect entire VHost to HTTPS on same domain
May
11
awarded  Commentator
May
11
comment Redirect entire VHost to HTTPS on same domain
@krisFR Nothing, but it should be unnecessary. What do you have against bonus points. You know how with RewriteRule?
May
11
asked Redirect entire VHost to HTTPS on same domain
Apr
25
awarded  Self-Learner
Apr
25
revised Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
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Apr
24
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
I did that and it worked. I think Chrome doesn't complain anymore though, because another site (and youtube.com!) still have sha1 and Chrome is quiet. Weird.
Apr
23
awarded  Teacher
Apr
23
answered Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
Apr
23
revised Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
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Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
The 2 computers have a diffrent crt chain. Computer A has a sha1 intermediary and B has sha2. I don't get it... If it's included in the server crt, why doesn't it always use that one?
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
@kasperd Huh!? They have a different chain! On one computer the intermediary crt uses sha1 and on the other sha2. If the intermediary is included, why doesn't it always use that one? How do I control which it uses?
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=webblocks.nl also says "sha256" for Signature algorithm.
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
Sounds reasonable, but shaaaaaaaaaaaaa.com/check/webblocks.nl doesn't mention SHA-1. Or does it only check the domain certificate? If I check both certificates (domain and intermediary) with Windows, it says "sha256" for both certificates... Thumbprint algorithm is "sha1" for both.
Apr
23
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
@kasperd All relevant certificates are included (domain and intermediary).
Apr
22
comment Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?
According to SSL Labs and Global Sign, the certificate uses SHA-2... The certificate itself says "sha1" for Thumbprint algorithm, but so does Twitter's and that's fine. I don't think this is it...
Apr
22
asked Why does Chrome on 1 computer say my certificate is invalid/insecure?