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Who has StartSSL cert installed, please tell me


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I just need to know if this happens only on my system, file station with StartSSL certificate gives error saying StartSSL is untrusted. If anybody has installed this cert please reply what happens on his file station, thanks!

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I just need to know if this happens only on my system, file station with StartSSL certificate gives error saying StartSSL is untrusted. If anybody has installed this cert please reply what happens on his file station, thanks!

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cool! They will give it soon if there's no problem with docs. Usually this error pops up in Chrome and Firefox. Safari gave same error but with ability to get rid of it forever...

 

Well... I'm waiting.. better to say - can't wait to hear from you

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cool! They will give it soon if there's no problem with docs. Usually this error pops up in Chrome and Firefox. Safari gave same error but with ability to get rid of it forever...

 

Well... I'm waiting.. better to say - can't wait to hear from you

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I looked into this, but am I correct in thinking you can only get a cert if you have your own top level domain name, not for instance myServer.myds.me, but rather http://www.myDomainName.org

 

 

I have a wildcard certificate installed which works good. Only exception is file station which doesn't trust this god damn StartSSL!

 

StartSSL is good. You should use full chain when install cert. Check from several browsers. It should work fine.

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I looked into this, but am I correct in thinking you can only get a cert if you have your own top level domain name, not for instance myServer.myds.me, but rather http://www.myDomainName.org

 

 

I have a wildcard certificate installed which works good. Only exception is file station which doesn't trust this god damn StartSSL!

 

StartSSL is good. You should use full chain when install cert. Check from several browsers. It should work fine.

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I looked into this, but am I correct in thinking you can only get a cert if you have your own top level domain name, not for instance myServer.myds.me, but rather http://www.myDomainName.org

 

 

I have a wildcard certificate installed which works good. Only exception is file station which doesn't trust this god damn StartSSL!

 

StartSSL is good. You should use full chain when install cert. Check from several browsers. It should work fine.

 

 

I have checked it on all existing browsers. Chrome, Firefox, IE, thery show that the cert is ok, but when I open FILE STATION, JAVA window pops up saying this site is not secure!

 

I have used full chain. Key, Cert, Root CA

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I looked into this, but am I correct in thinking you can only get a cert if you have your own top level domain name, not for instance myServer.myds.me, but rather http://www.myDomainName.org

 

 

I have a wildcard certificate installed which works good. Only exception is file station which doesn't trust this god damn StartSSL!

 

StartSSL is good. You should use full chain when install cert. Check from several browsers. It should work fine.

 

 

I have checked it on all existing browsers. Chrome, Firefox, IE, thery show that the cert is ok, but when I open FILE STATION, JAVA window pops up saying this site is not secure!

 

I have used full chain. Key, Cert, Root CA

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I have checked it on all existing browsers. Chrome, Firefox, IE, thery show that the cert is ok, but when I open FILE STATION, JAVA window pops up saying this site is not secure!

 

I have used full chain. Key, Cert, Root CA

 

JAVA? Well, I sure it is not your cert, but Java app sign and your Java security settings.

Better provide exact warning text.

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I have checked it on all existing browsers. Chrome, Firefox, IE, thery show that the cert is ok, but when I open FILE STATION, JAVA window pops up saying this site is not secure!

 

I have used full chain. Key, Cert, Root CA

 

JAVA? Well, I sure it is not your cert, but Java app sign and your Java security settings.

Better provide exact warning text.

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