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    My gateway doesnt support SSL with an intermediate certificate, so I need to install a non chained ssl.

    Someone can tell me which companies sell such certificates?

    NiTo

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    Re: SSL without intermediate

    i found two links
    http://www.sslshopper.com/unchained-...tificates.html
    http://www.sslshopper.com/article-ex...tificates.html
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    • #3
      Re: SSL without intermediate

      thank you!

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      • #4
        Re: SSL without intermediate

        I just bought it and is not supported by FF and more. Geotrust stops providing unchained, more ideas?

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        • #5
          Re: SSL without intermediate

          did you read the second link?
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          • #6
            Re: SSL without intermediate

            yes, but there is talking globally and regarding verisign. the first link is selling geotrust certs

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            • #7
              Re: SSL without intermediate

              i thnk you'll find that if you purchased one unchained certificate, it firefox doesnm't recognise it, it's unlikely to recognise another one.
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              • #8
                Re: SSL without intermediate

                Just an FYI, your mileage may vary:

                I admin a web based application that did not support installing the intermediate and root CA as you normally do. Just install the server cert which left the cert unchained. But the application did support chaining all the certs together (server, intermediate, root, private key) into one file and then install that file as the server cert. Worked great, but I did have to load "openssl" to create CSR along with converting everything to PK12 format for the final .PEM file.

                Might be worth a try!!!

                Example of combined file:
                -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (server)
                ....
                -----END CERTIFICATE-----
                -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (intermediate)
                ....
                -----END CERTIFICATE-----
                -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (root CA)
                ....
                -----END CERTIFICATE-----
                -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- (private key from CSR)
                ....
                -----END CERTIFICATE-----

                The above was converted to PK12 foramt using openssl and then installed successfuly.

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                • #9
                  Re: SSL without intermediate

                  thank you, that solved my problem

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