[CentOS] Re: ssl and NameVirtualHost

Thu Apr 10 19:28:42 UTC 2008
Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com>

on 4-10-2008 2:31 AM Kai Schaetzl spake the following:
> Tony Schreiner wrote on Wed, 09 Apr 2008 21:14:25 -0400:
>> Does that mean 
>> you don't get a dialog saying the site is not verifiable?
> Correct. With IE7.
>> Because I sure 
>> do, with several browsers on different platforms.
> Checked now with FF2 and get a warning. They don't recognize the 
> intermediate certificate (IE has it in it's certificate store) and don't 
> go up in the chain. That's really their fault, not yours.
> It's possible that the solution that Ross explains would help, I didn't 
> ever need to do that. Talk to your colleague at https://www.bc.edu, they 
> use the same cert chain. If you don't get a warning you might be able to 
> get the intermediary certificate from them which might be faster than 
> waiting for Verisign support.
> Kai
I think you can download the intermediate certs from their webpage.

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