Certificate Error when accessing cPanel
Posted by - NA - on 16 May 2013 11:03 AM
Recently we have seen more issues with certificate warnings when our clients try to access their cPanel. The security error that comes up is due to accessing a domain in which the name of the site does not exactly match the domain of our security certificate. For example, "server.sitezhostingXX.com" would be listed on the certificate as your server. However, when you log into the cPanel, your connection usually will go to "login.server.sitezhostingXX.com". This is why you get a mismatch error.
This is very easy to work around and the connection is still secure. The warning is just letting you know of the difference in the name.
Internet Explorer 8
Open Internet Explorer and verify that the page you are trying to view is listing a certificate error. To clear the certificate error go to Tools --> Internet Options from the menu of IE 8. Click on the Advanced tab and scroll down to the security section. Clear the boxes for: "Check for publisher's certificate revocation" and "Check for server certificate revocation". Click Apply and Ok. Then attempt to reload the page by clicking the Refresh button at the end of the address bar or by pressing the F5 key. Your page should now load as expected.
Read more: How to Fix an Internet Explorer 8 Certificate Error | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5359047_fix-internet-explorer-certificate-error.html#ixzz1PT80FQ6z
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Tutorial available here: http://googlechrometutorial.com/google-chrome-advanced-settings/Google-chrome-ssl-settings.html