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SSL Error

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by syedbilalmasaud, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. syedbilalmasaud

    syedbilalmasaud Registered

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    Dear All,

    I am facing the following SSL error from last few days in our WHM/Cpanel , I tried different ways but not solved yet

    Please have a look at attached snap from my firefox .

    ssl-error.JPG

    Thanks for looking in to my post




    Cheers:)
    Bilal
     
  2. acenetgeorge

    acenetgeorge Well-Known Member
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    RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG usually means that the certificate was not installed properly. You may want to delete any .crt and .cabundle files for that domain from the server (they are located in /usr/share/ssl/certs), and then reinstall it.

    We've had the occasional similar problem fixed with this method.
     
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    /usr/share/ssl/certs is not valid path on Cpanel installed machine


    I am using CentOS 5.2 with Cpanel


    so please provide me some accurate info

    thanks


    Bilal
     
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    /usr/share/ssl/certs does exist on a cPanel server.
    However, you can also remove the SSL via WHM>>SSL/TLS>>Manage SSL Hosts and then try reinstalling it .
     
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    If you installed the SSL through cPanel -> Security -> SSL/TLS Manager, I think the certificate gets stored in /home/USERNAME/ssl/cert (or something similar).
     
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