SSL Problem

  • tekgeek
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I am new to some of this so here it goes, I leased a server with plesk 7.01 control panel on a redhat 9 OS with 2 ip address. Getting that set up was no problem. I am doing a store in osCommerce and I am trying to install a ssl cert and it does not seem to be working correctly. Could someone take a look and give me some ideas as to what it might be.
http://www.inkjetboss.com/shopping
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don't know if this helps but i could see the login page on https and could view the certificate details?????
  • tekgeek
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Should it display the SSL Cert or security alert? On other sites it does not.
  • b_heyer
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I too can view the certificate...
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I couldn't. Registered a handle (you can delete "test" whenever you want) and never had any indication I was on a secure site or not.
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I get a notification when I goto log-in that I am entering a possibly secure possibly insecure area, and my information might be readable by third party members. However the little lock does get shut in the bottom right of mozilla and when I click on it it shows me all the certification stuff.

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