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In that case, you would need to contact our SSL support department for further assistance as we cannot review a copy of the file over an open forum discussion. You should be able to contact them via […]
It is prescontent.compunetix.com. But right now I have the old keystore file there, not the new one. It is a production server and I cannot leave the new keystore file up until it is working. I could provide the […]
Can you provide the domain name the for the re-issued SSL certificate that is currently installed on to your server?
I’m trying to update a certificate on an existing site running Red5 (i.e., Tomcat). I’ve updated the keystore with the new certificates from GoDaddy and verified that the keystore password is unchanged, and the […]
If it is only erroring on the one URL, this would lead me to believe that it is a configuration issue on the server. Can you post the URL where we can see this? If you would rather not, you can […]
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We're in the process of phasing out the use of intranet names and IP addresses as Primary Domain Names or the Subject Alternative Names (SANs) in SSL certificates. We've mentioned this in the past, but there's one key difference now: This change applies to all IP addresses, not just reserved ones.This is an industry-wide decision, not one specific to our company.On July 1, 2012, we stopped accepting new requests, rekeys or renewals for SSL certificates that contain intranet names or IP addresses and are valid beyond Nov. 1, 2015. If you have an existing certificate that contains an intranet name...
Over the past several days we have seen a sharp increase of brute-force attacks on our system. These attacks attempt to gain access to customer accounts that have weak passwords. While these attacks are nothing new – our Security team identifies and defeats dozens of them every day – this current wave is sophisticated and large in scope. Many hosting providers are reporting similar issues this week. We believe we have mitigated much of the attack, but there is a chance you could be affected as it continues. Because of the security measures we must put in place to address this, some...