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Why get ssl error Android Chrome

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Hey, 

I still await a reply from the certificate seller for a response for this problem. 

Best regards

Chuck

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On 05.09.2016 at 6:52 AM, DevChuckNorris said:

Hey, 

I still await a reply from the certificate seller for a response for this problem. 

Best regards

Chuck

b58b50deb64c44b4894d3254a88ca891.png

The problem is that you have not installed all certificate files.  When you buy a certificate should look like in the screenshot above.  It means that you just installed .crt and .key :) Here you can test the certificate  https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=metin2dev.org

As you can see it fails on android  2.3.7

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Soo, you need to install the test.ca_bundle too.

If you use apache look for this line 

SSLCertificateChainFile /etc/ssl/crt/yourSERVERNAME.ca-bundle

you don't have installed the chain file.. Look here  CHAIN FILE INCOMPLETE

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Another thing, you should get rid of this certificate. The reason? 

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More information about chain files you can find here  https://support.dnsimple.com/articles/what-is-ssl-certificate-chain/

Ramy overflow :)

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9 hours ago, 127.0.0.1 said:

b58b50deb64c44b4894d3254a88ca891.png

The problem is that you have not installed all certificate files.  When you buy a certificate should look like in the screenshot above.  It means that you just installed .crt and .key :) Here you can test the certificate  https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=metin2dev.org

As you can see it fails on android  2.3.7

95c90a93f0574945bf30544c4dd9843e.png

 

Soo, you need to install the test.ca_bundle too.

If you use apache look for this line 


SSLCertificateChainFile /etc/ssl/crt/yourSERVERNAME.ca-bundle

you don't have installed the chain file.. Look here  CHAIN FILE INCOMPLETE

4d93bd9a9ecc4464bd8498106e242a76.png

 

Another thing, you should get rid of this certificate. The reason? 

ca8aed1dfb8c4525ad05cdc1ccd750d8.png

 

More information about chain files you can find here  https://support.dnsimple.com/articles/what-is-ssl-certificate-chain/

Ramy overflow :)

You should know that we use a hosting and do not have access to the configurations.

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10 minutes ago, DevChuckNorris said:

You should know that we use a hosting and do not have access to the configurations.

Submit a Ticket to the hosting company. And tell them that the certificate is not completely installed. Send them the link above, where they can check the status of the certificate.

 

 

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The problem should be resolved.
Let me know if it happens again.

Best regards,
Chuck

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1 hour ago, DevChuckNorris said:

The problem should be resolved.
Let me know if it happens again.

Best regards,
Chuck

That's my boy. :lol:

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