Security Certificate

Jun 4, 2008

I have some clients who use IE 7. And everytime that they enter their cPanel to Login they are shown a Certificate Warning.

IE 7 Tells them not to continue (Not Recommended).

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Security Certificate

Jan 21, 2007

I use phpbb for my forum. When you go to my forum and log in, a security certificate pops up and I have no idea why. This problem started today.

I called Ipower (my host) and they did not help.

Here is the link to my forum

[url]

If you log in you will see the certificate.

Username: bigbob

Pass: ncoic

If I use firefox to login I donít see the certificate. If I use I.E. I do.

I canít login nor can any of my customers because of this certificate. No matter what I try it does me no good. But what really bugs me, this problem just started today and never occurred before. Ipower kept saying they donít know what happen, they donít know my code (whatever that means). All I know is yesterday all was fine and today it is not and I made no code changes since yesterday.

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Vista :: There Is A Problem With This Website's Security Certificate

Jan 26, 2008

i got a new computer with vista and i was attempting to check out one of my own websites and i get the following error:

There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.
We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.
Click here to close this webpage.
Continue to this website (not recommended).

i guess at that initial point, most people will bail. but if they are brave enough to forge ahead, they then get this:

This error occurs when the certificate has been issued by a certification authority that is not recognized by Internet Explorer. It is unlikely that this error will occur on a legitimate business or banking site. Phishing sites often attempt to use fake certificates that will trigger this error.

and of course, there is no lock icon at the bottom of the page. there is not even a way for me to install the certificate. this seems libelous to me.

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Apr 4, 2008

I run a web hosting company and one of my servers is a LAMP server running CentOs 5. A user of mine has a Joomla installation running to manage his website and he has run into the following problem that I am puzzled by.

When Joomla adds a component or module to itself, or when a user uses the Joomla upload functionality, Joomla will add the new files under the user name "apache". This makes sense as it is the apache service running PHP that is actually creating the files.

However, when he FTP's into the account to modify these files, he doesn't have the appropriate permissions to do so as he doesn't have a root level login, just permissions on his home directory which is the site. Any help would be much appreciated.

Also, does anyone know how to change the owner/group of a directory and all of its sub directories in Linux without changing the actual permissions? I.e. some of the files in the folder have different permissions (0644 as apposed to 0755) than its parent but if I do a top down user/group change on the folder it will change everything in that folder to 0755.

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Jul 7, 2008

I want to use SSL on my website.

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I don't really get the differences (and it seems all companies offering SSL offer different types of certificates.. don't even know where they overlap)

Can someone recommend where I could get an SSL certificate and why I should choose between a $15/year one and $100+/year?

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New SSL Certificate

Aug 26, 2007

I am running a site that currently has a Geotrust SSL cert installed (Plesk 7.5.3). That certificate is about to expire and I am going with one from a new vendor. My question is, do I need to generate a new CSR before requesting the new certificate or do I use the CSR from the current one and just upload the new certificate file (overwriting the current one) when I get it?

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Jan 18, 2007

how i get SSL certificate on my online shopping site?

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Jun 20, 2007

Which SLL certificate would be needed if I was just setting up a site that accepted payments? Also, were would be the best place to buy one?

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Sep 8, 2009

i just got this ssl certificate but i have some doubts how exactly should i set up the whole magic. i created the secure.domain.com which suppose to be the sub-domain for the login page which means when user decide to sign up/login to immediately transfer to the ssl state(sample: see ebay.com and then their https login page). so, far the home page which is domain.com(or www.domain.com) it doesn't need to be covered by the ssl. so, i was just wondering how do i play the game? i know it's kinda tricky and the key is somewhere in the sub-domain name(cP set up), .htaccess and/or index.php files but not very clear to me.

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Oct 29, 2009

My online store is almost ready to publish and Im trying to work my head around this SSL thing.

So through reading on here Ive determined that only the cart or PII areas need to be secured, not the entire site.

My host provided a free SSL cert but I discovered that it is a domain verification SSL only and there is no "clickable seal" or business verification. Verification is important however Im not sure I need an EV cert (nor that I can afford it).

Im looking for business verification, clickable seal, 128/256, 2048bit, free reissue.

Does anyone have any suggestions for a SSL cert and what I might need? There was someone in the ads forum offering a GlobalSign OrganizationalSSL cert for $100yr. Does this seem like a good deal? There isnt a lot of feedback about GlobalSign on the net.

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Jun 24, 2009

anyone can tell the right way to renew SSL certificate? if possible, a way that won't be alerting users that the certificate has changed

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Jul 16, 2009

I am now in process of choosing ssl certificate from certificate authority for one of the sites I administer and I got confused.

I visited numerous sites offering certs and I concluded:

- I don't need EV certificate

- 128 bit certificates can vary in price at different providers from $25 to $100 and higher

- some sites are offering 128 bit at lower price and 256 or 515 bit certs at higher prices

I don't understand why are some certs so expensive? Doesn't 128 bit cert form any provider at any price provide the same level of security?

I thought 128 bit encryption is unbreakable. Why do someone buys 256 or 512 bit cert at higher price?

Some of those more expensive certs are offering "higher level of security", warranties... Is that only marketing or there is some real value behind additional features?

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Jul 13, 2009

How do I install an SSL Cert with just the .key and .crt in root WHM?

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Jun 7, 2009

I got a plesk VPS and purchased SSL from GoDaddy. After I installed it, I was getting an error message from firefox about ďSSL is self signedĒ. I obviously did something wrong, but what?I first logged into the SSL certificate section and created a new one...

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Apr 25, 2009

When you create a SSL certificate for www.mydomain.com vs mydomain.com, is the "www" vs "non-www" decided when you generate the CSR (for example, in cpanel/whm)? Or is it "decided" when you actually purchase the certificate?

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May 7, 2008

i recived below email from my server!

what is this and what should i do i don`t use any SSL

Certificate for dovecot on server.test.com was expired and a self signed one was created to replace it. You should install a new certifcate as soon as possible to replace the self signed one that was installed to replaced the expired one. You can install a new certificate in WHM under "Manager Service SSL Certificates", or by clicking this link: [url]

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Jun 26, 2008

Namecheap.com offers PositiveSSL certificate for free at the moment

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I was wondering what is its encryption ability compared to RapidSSL certificate?

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Jun 23, 2008

i have to install a ssl certificate for one of the websites on my server, i have openssl installed on a centos 5.1 with whm/cpanel i have found this comand to generate a CSR but didnt work dunno what im missing...

openssl genrsa Ėdes3 Ėout www.mydomain.com.key 1024

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May 8, 2008

i recived below email from my server!
what is this and what should i do
i don`t use any SSL

Certificate for dovecot on server.test.com was expired and a self signed one was created to replace it. You should install a new certifcate as soon as possible to replace the self signed one that was installed to replaced the expired one. You can install a new certificate in WHM under "Manager Service SSL Certificates", or by clicking this link: [url]

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Jan 10, 2008

I'm a client of JaguarPC and I'm very happy with them.

I choosed them as I'm reading WebHostingTalk and I saw good points with them.

Now I got the chance to register and start my communication with you.

I now want to buy a certificate SSL, so anyone connecting will be protected and encrypted.

I dont care for maximum transaction security, just for displaying that this certificate is Trusted by Internet Explorer and most browsers.

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Aug 30, 2008

I have [virtually] unlimited number of subdomains on my site, and I need SSL support on them. So, I think wildcard SSL certificate will do the job.

Can you recommend an affordable wildcard SSL cert provider supported by all the major browsers (IE/Firefox/Opera/Safari)?

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Apr 29, 2008

I want to buy an SSL certificate for my international web site.

I found that SSL cert. from versign cost about US$1500, however, those from namecheap.com cost about US$20,

What are the difference between these certificates?

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May 17, 2007

I just set up a client's site on a dedicated server and need to set up an SSL certificate so she can participate in e-commerce. How hard is this to do? Are there any tutorials? She has Cpanel, the server has WHM and it's running Redhat.

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Feb 11, 2007

I have a VPS and have a problem regarding the SSL certificate cPanel uses for secure connections (webmail, WHM etc..) my original hostname was set to server.simschr.co.uk but then I changed it to another name. However on the SSL certificate it states the old hostname, which I have been told is a bit of a pain. I wondered if there was anyway to change the common name, maybe by editing the certificate on the server?

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Aug 29, 2008

where I can get a simple SSL certificate for my web hosting business? So my customers feel safe on submitting their information. Is the standard SSL from GoDaddy pretty good?

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Aug 13, 2008

i have just bought a SSL certificate. it has been succesfully installed on the dedicated server.. but when i enter to the addres firefox tells that its an insecure site because the SSL ceriticate is not signed...

how can i get one signed?

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Feb 26, 2007

I am having a problem with my https

I bought 2 SSL cert. One for secure.mydomain.com (ssl for modernbill/kayako) the other is for server.mydomain.com (for accessing cpanel/whm)

Let say mydomain.com IP is 1.2.3.4

Because they are using same mydomain.com there are problem with this, if i go [url]it will be pointed at [url](one of my domain subfolder)

What I want to do is that cpanel/whm has their own ssl and secure.mydomain.com has their own ssl too.

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Feb 27, 2007

I had checked around to find a SSL Cert issuer to protect my e-commerce website. I realized that people prefered to use the issueing of Verisign, Thawte. I also heard about GoDaddy as well ad other.

I have no experiences of any above issuers, so I am here to ask for a help that I think our community can give me the userful advides.

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Jun 1, 2007

I've installed a certificate in my server that's certified by a CA, but I want to see what happens when that CA is no longer listed as trusted. In Internet Explorer I click Advanced and de-select "Server Authentication" for my CA. When I go to my site, though, I don't see the usual untrusted warning come up. How do you test this?

what's the difference between the certification authority and publisher sections in Internet Explorer?

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Jan 29, 2007

I rarely see it from other servers and it's very unprofessional when it pops up in FireFox:

Security Error: Domain Name Mismatch

You have attempted to establish a connection with "111.222.44.44". However, the security certificate presented belongs to "sls-aaaaa.xxx1.host.net".

Can I change that certificate in WHM or cPanel?

Or is it something I have to buy?

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Sep 22, 2007

We have a few IIS servers that will be acting as front end for our users to split off the load.
Currently, we have one IIS with 1 SSL. we are going to do round robining for the FQDN to span a few IIS servers. I just wanted to make sure we would not run into any issues with the certificate. I was thinking of installing it on one server after generating the CSR and then once the root trusted is in place, export it and import it in all the other servers. Do you think this would be an issue at all? is there a better way?

additionally, the certificate is about to expire, I need a certificate with $1mil insurance, what do you think is the best deal (trusted source) going around? should I do the ones with 256bit too or have you seen any conflicts, do they auto negotiate if the client can only support 128bit?

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