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Old 15th September 2009, 21:21
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Default Problem with Server Certificate Expired

Hello !!!! i have a big problem when a try to update the Server Certificate following the instructions of Ispconfig 2 ... this problem appeared when i upgraded my machine of sarge to lenny tow weeks ago.

I follow the instructions of "http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-server-debian-lenny-ispconfig2-p4" but don't work.

The error is:

"localhost" is a site that uses a security certificate to encrypt data during transmission, but is certificate expired on 20/02/08

and the next windows say :

You have attented to established a connection with "domain.org". however, the security certificate presented belongs to "localhost". It is possible, thought unlikely, that someone may be tryin to intercept your communication with this web site .....

The questions are two:
1. How i can put a new certificate ????
2. I have a lot of sites in the same machine with diferent domains, how I can put a certified for each domain ??? because if i put a central certified other domian may have the same problem ....!!!

I hope your comments or links where i can see some solution ....

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When do you see this warning? When you try to access ISPConfig or a normal web site?
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in the normal domains, but in all domains appear the same message .... exist a posibility of generate one certificate for each one domain ???


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Yes, you must create one certificate per SSL web site: http://www.howtoforge.com/faq/14_49_en.html
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Yes, you must create one certificate per SSL web site: http://www.howtoforge.com/faq/14_49_en.html

I see the instructions but really i can't understand it.. my problem is with a domain, I have "domain.cl" and "webmail.domain.cl" and I have activate the option SSl in the administrador panel for "domain.cl", when I search the "CA.csr" in ssl directory isn't exists ...

some idea ????
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Can you go to the ssl directory and post the output of
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-r-------- 1 root root 0 abr 26 2007 .no_delete
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 sep 17 11:28 www.domain.cl.crt

Maybe i need changed the permissions of this files ????

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Can you try to recreate the certificate in ISPConfig?
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No!!! how i can do this ????
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You can do this directly in the ISPConfig control panel. Go to the SSL tab of that web site.
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