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Default PCI SSL Self-Signed Certificate Problem

Discussion in 'Security' started by Citizen, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. Citizen

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    I've got a valid SSL on my site and if I go to https://mydomain.com it loads just fine without any problems. In my PCI scan, however, I get the following warnings:

    And then it gives me these port numbers:

    995 tcp
    993 tcp
    465 tcp
    143 tcp
    110 tcp
    21 tcp

    I'm guessing that even though my site uses a valid ssl cert, it wants me to change my internal ssl certs used for ftp, mail, etc. Do I need to buy more ssl certs or can I just change these from using the default cert to using the one I purchased. If yes, how do I do that?
     
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