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Problematic Certificates on my server i can't access it

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i did add exception to my own server but my control panel URL won't load while it works fine on chrom ( google ) without any problem, so how i can fix this? i use the lastest firefox software, that's very annoying....

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i did reinstall firefox and after i done it asked me if i want to restore the settings to the defaults so i clicked ok, and wooohooo it finally worked

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i suppose this is support forum!!!!!!!!!!! where are you people? im business man not a random person, get back at me or give me your numbers! damn

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there should be email address for your website so we can contact you and phone numbers what the hell! what kind of business is this? im so mad i could ram my leg inside all of you!!!!!

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Why did you need to add an exception for your server's certificate. Is it a valid certificate?

You can check for problems with the certificate itself and the server's SSL configuration using this page:

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/

If you have difficulty using the results of the report, you could give us a link to the page where you get the error.

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jscher2000 said

Why did you need to add an exception for your server's certificate. Is it a valid certificate? You can check for problems with the certificate itself and the server's SSL configuration using this page: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ If you have difficulty using the results of the report, you could give us a link to the page where you get the error.

i use my server ip and a port, but sometimes i change the port like for example 1.1.1.1:8888 where 1.1.1.1 is my server ip and 8888 is my port that i need to change sometimes, so i could not give you the URL because i change the port often? how i can contact you private?

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cezart44 said

jscher2000 said
Why did you need to add an exception for your server's certificate. Is it a valid certificate? You can check for problems with the certificate itself and the server's SSL configuration using this page: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ If you have difficulty using the results of the report, you could give us a link to the page where you get the error.

i use my server ip and a port, but sometimes i change the port like for example 1.1.1.1:8888 where 1.1.1.1 is my server ip and 8888 is my port that i need to change sometimes, so i could not give you the URL because i change the port often? how i can contact you private?

or how it could be fixed?

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cezart44 said

cezart44 said
jscher2000 said
Why did you need to add an exception for your server's certificate. Is it a valid certificate? You can check for problems with the certificate itself and the server's SSL configuration using this page: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ If you have difficulty using the results of the report, you could give us a link to the page where you get the error.

i use my server ip and a port, but sometimes i change the port like for example 1.1.1.1:8888 where 1.1.1.1 is my server ip and 8888 is my port that i need to change sometimes, so i could not give you the URL because i change the port often? how i can contact you private?

or how it could be fixed?

i used to change the port without any problems for years why it's happeing at this time?

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cezart44 said

cezart44 said
cezart44 said
jscher2000 said
Why did you need to add an exception for your server's certificate. Is it a valid certificate? You can check for problems with the certificate itself and the server's SSL configuration using this page: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ If you have difficulty using the results of the report, you could give us a link to the page where you get the error.

i use my server ip and a port, but sometimes i change the port like for example 1.1.1.1:8888 where 1.1.1.1 is my server ip and 8888 is my port that i need to change sometimes, so i could not give you the URL because i change the port often? how i can contact you private?

or how it could be fixed?

now my control panel won't load and i see TLS handshake checking at the bottom...my website work fine though i used to change the port without any problems for years why it's happeing at this time?

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cezart44 said

cezart44 said
cezart44 said
cezart44 said
jscher2000 said
Why did you need to add an exception for your server's certificate. Is it a valid certificate? You can check for problems with the certificate itself and the server's SSL configuration using this page: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/ If you have difficulty using the results of the report, you could give us a link to the page where you get the error.

i use my server ip and a port, but sometimes i change the port like for example 1.1.1.1:8888 where 1.1.1.1 is my server ip and 8888 is my port that i need to change sometimes, so i could not give you the URL because i change the port often? how i can contact you private?

or how it could be fixed?

now my control panel won't load and i see TLS handshake checking at the bottom...my website work fine though i used to change the port without any problems for years why it's happeing at this time?

i control my website through my control panel that won't load, i added exception but whever i try to open the page it keeps loading for ever and TLS note at the bottom....

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it has something to do with TLS but i don't know about this thing....

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i could give you my URL in private....

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I think we had a thread about this before, where a user discovered that certificate exceptions for port 443 are not automatically applied to other ports. You may need to save additional exceptions for new ports you create.

If the interactive method isn't working, try using this internal page (copy/paste this to the address bar and press Enter to load it):

chrome://pippki/content/exceptionDialog.xul

There you should be able to enter the host name and port number, click Get certificate, then add an exception.

Does that work?

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if i change my port the problem show up again...feel me?

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that's why i could not give you specific URL...but i can give you my website URL and my website IP

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jscher2000 said

I think we had a thread about this before, where a user discovered that certificate exceptions for port 443 are not automatically applied to other ports. You may need to save additional exceptions for new ports you create. If the interactive method isn't working, try using this internal page (copy/paste this to the address bar and press Enter to load it): chrome://pippki/content/exceptionDialog.xul There you should be able to enter the host name and port number, click Get certificate, then add an exception. Does that work?

i will try this b ut i want this to work on firefox also my chrom is working fine..

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yes man i get you i will do this and get back at you

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Note that you can open the Add Exception page via the Servers tab of the Certificate Manager.

  • Options/Preferences -> Advanced -> Certificates: View Certificates -> Servers
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i did what you told me, it says.... this site provides valid, verified identification, there is no need to add exception. and there is no option to confirm my security exception....

i read this message before because i already added exception to my URL, when i remove my exception, then it allow me to submit my URL security exception but again my URL won't load

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cor-el said

Note that you can open the Add Exception page via the Servers tab of the Certificate Manager.
  • Options/Preferences -> Advanced -> Certificates: View Certificates -> Servers

i did this bro

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cezart44 said

jscher2000 said
... chrome://pippki/content/exceptionDialog.xul ...

i will try this b ut i want this to work on firefox also my chrom is working fine..

That's a URL to use in Firefox. (Mozilla has used "chrome:" as a protocol for internal addresses and "chrome" to refer to the browser UI for a long time. Someone else liked it so much they named a bunch of products after it.)

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jscher2000 said

cezart44 said
jscher2000 said
... chrome://pippki/content/exceptionDialog.xul ...

i will try this b ut i want this to work on firefox also my chrom is working fine..

That's a URL to use in Firefox. (Mozilla has used "chrome:" as a protocol for internal addresses and "chrome" to refer to the browser UI for a long time. Someone else liked it so much they named a bunch of products after it.)

mmm good info, thanks for trying to help man, you are kind

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