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SSL certificates are used to encrypt and authenticate connections to network servers, most popularly for web servers but also email, file transfers, and other network connections.

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As I suspected, cause of your problems is the server's certificate. There are at least 2 things in it, which should be corrected: CRL Distribution Point: [1]CRL Distribution Point Distribution P …
answered May 29 by Sergey Nudnov
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The My and CA stores are indeed different. If you opened MMC certmgr, you would see that My is Personal and CA is Intermediate Certification Authorities. This command: $Cert = New-SelfSignedCertif …
answered May 17 by Sergey Nudnov
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The question is not totally correct. It is not SSL certificate may be intercepted. The SSL certificate of a website is a publicly available entity. The SSL connection may be intercepted, especially w …
answered Jun 14 by Sergey Nudnov
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As a temporary solution, you could add this certificate to the Trusted People store on your server. To do so: copy/paste certificate into a .crt file; double click on it from Windows Explorer; sele …
answered Apr 5 by Sergey Nudnov
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On IIS7 you could have 2 or more SSL protected domains on the same <ip>:<port>, if your SSL certificate covers all of them, using Subject Alternative Name (SAN) records. In that case you could use t …
answered May 27 by Sergey Nudnov
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Update Initially I thought the problem is with Proxy 2... It must be that your Proxy 1 forwards requests without maintaining host headers. Configure it to maintain host headers. If you would provid …
answered May 27 by Sergey Nudnov