Puzzled by cryptic browser error messages? Two of our most recent posts will help you solve those problems and get your website back on track: If you are seeing messages such as Not Secure, Your Connection Is Not Private, or NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID, you might not have » Continue Reading.
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It’s all too common to encounter browser error messages like this when accessing websites: These messages typically begin with a bold headline stating that Your connection is not private or Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead. These messages can be frustrating for users and website owners, » Continue Reading.
This article will show you how to correct the “No Private Key” error message in Windows Internet Information Server (IIS). If you receive this error, it indicates that a previous attempt to import the certificate in IIS failed to include the private key. To correct this, you will: » Continue Reading.
Firefox SSL Error Whether your visitors are using Firefox, Chrome or another web browser, if you have any non-SSL elements loading on an HTTPS page, they’re going to see an error message. The exact dialog that opens depends on the browser being used as well » Continue Reading.
If you get the following dialogue: Note the error stating “The name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site”. This simply means that the URL typed in the browser window does not match the site named in » Continue Reading.
This is a client side message most likely caused by a reference in your HTML to a non-secured item. All references in the secure page need to point to “https://”. The easiest way to accomplish this is to use relative links instead of absolute links. » Continue Reading.