Posts Tagged "SSL"

Where did the SSL Certificate details in Chrome 56+ go?

Posted by on Mar 1, 2017 in Chrome | 0 comments

Where did the SSL Certificate details in Chrome 56+ go?

In Chrome versions 55 and earlier users could check the SSL Certificate details of a website clicking the lock icon in the address bar. Well, this information has been moved to the Security tab in the developer tools. You can go there using the F12 key on your keyboard, Ctrl+Shift+I on your keyboard or the 3 dots right to the address bar > More tools > Developer tools. Then hit the Security...

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Multiple SSL sites with Windows Server 2012

Posted by on Oct 31, 2012 in IIS | 0 comments

Multiple SSL sites with Windows Server 2012

In Windows Server 2008 R2 and earlier versions you could always bind one ssl certificate to one site / ip. Because https traffic would normally terminate on port 443 you could only deploy seperate sites on different ips. But what if you had only one ip address? Well, you had no choice – you could only use one single ssl secured site on your server or you needed to get a multi-site or wildcard ssl certificate which you could use with more (sub-) sites. Now that Windows Server 2012 with IIS 8 onboard has been released to public you can just use the brand-new (for IIS) SNI feature. SNI...

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