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I looked through the other questions and didn't really see anything specific to this.

My boss bought a QNAP NAS server for our office and up until now it's been great to use. Up until I needed to start testing out some eCommerce site.

I can't get my server to accept my OpenSSL certificate with *.redefine.dynalias.com

The structure of the workspace is that I have virtual hosts set up so that a directory 'www.site1.com' will be accessed as 'www.site1.com.redefine.dynalias.com'. Simple enough.

https://redefine.dynalias.com, if you look at the information, it states it still is a wrong site, with an unknown identity. What could I possibly be doing wrong? Even adding an exception causes an error that prevents me from testing the eCommerce site.

Any ideas?

marked as duplicate by Mathias R. Jessen, Andrew Schulman, mdpc, Michael Hampton Nov 7 '14 at 4:09

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A wildcard in a certificate only matches one level.

a cert issued to *.redefine.dynalias.com will not be a valid certificate for redefine.dynalias.com

a cert issued to *.redefine.dynalias.com will not be a valid certificate for x.x.redefine.dynalias.com

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