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  • Making Shared SSL Cert Trusted

    What would be involved for you guy's to provide an shared SSL certificate that was trusted. To stop the annoying "unsafe certificate" warnings.

  • #2
    From what I understand I don't think that would be possible. Not with out a lot more work and funding - so hence the prices would go up. But I'm sure someone from eukhost will be able to give a definite answer soon.
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    • #3
      You will need to purchase private SSL for your domain name from http://www.eukhost.com/ssl.php

      If the existing shared SSL is giving errors then let me know the IP address of server hosting your account or SSL URL that you are using.
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      • #4
        It's not giving errors. I'm on vc10.eukhost.com.

        I think I will be getting a private ssl certificate as the warning if it's normal just put's people off sometimes.

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        • #5
          https://vc10.eukhost.com/

          works fine for me. not sure what error it is giving on your end.
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          • #6
            This is from opera

            - The certificate for "vc10.eukhost.com" is signed by the unknown Certificate Authority "PositiveSSL CA". It is not possible to verify that this is a valid certificate

            It's when you go into my subdomain on the server

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            • #7
              https://vc10.eukhost.com/~lionblad/

              it is giving error that the webpage contains both secure and insecure contents so you need to modify URL to the images and make them to work with relative path or https://

              Error will disappear once you do that.
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              • #8
                No, that's a different error. I've sorted that problem all my images are relative. If you clear your browser private data and try again you will see it's given because the certificate cannot be found upto a trusted root although it's been assigned by Commodo SSL.

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                • #9
                  I dont see any such error message in Mozilla or IE.

                  I dont have Opera on my machine so it would be difficult for me to look into this problem as we cannot solve the error unless we can see it. root certificate was setup properly so I dont see any reason for such error.

                  please check https://www.eukhost.com and let me know if you get similar error in Opera.
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                  • #10
                    The https://www.eukhost.com page is fine are you using shared SSL though? It happens in IE and Firefox too. You have to be new, once you accept the certificate it nevers ask's you again. Maybe you will get it if you goto www.lionblade.com then click the Login/Register link.

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                    • #11
                      I have never opened https://vc10.eukhost.com/ on my machine till today and I asked some of our staff members also to check. No one got any error with the certificate.

                      I've checked on some windows servers as well and there's no error message as you said.
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                      • #12
                        Is it then something to do with using a folder address after the https://vc10.eukhost.com/

                        e.g. https://vc10.eukhost.com/~foldername/folder/

                        I can't understand why it happens like that?

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                        • #13
                          give me the exact path to the folder you are browsing with https://vc10.eukhost.com/~lionblad/

                          detailed information will help me to fix the problem immediately.
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                          • #14
                            https://vc10.eukhost.com/~lionblad/lionblade/

                            Maybe you do not get the warning as you are using eukhost addresses already? And it accepts it as trusted. I know people from a few places have mentioned the warning to me, I have experienced it myself in IE and Firefox before.

                            From what you are saying the certificate should be trusted although it's shared, do I need to configure anything in Mod SSL CPanel as I haven't touched it.

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                            • #15
                              Your store is really beautiful. You seem to have extraordinary talent which has made your store so beautiful.

                              I don't see any solution for the error message you are getting so I will offer a dedicated SSL certificate to you for no cost. You will need to pay for dedicated IP address only as I cannot waive off that fee. vc10 is part of 87.117.234.0/24 subnet which is struggling for every single IP so you will need to pay for the IP address only.
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