I use a web browser (internet explorer) to access a https-webserver. The database is started with a certificate (created with createcert.exe). i added the certificate as ‘trusted certificate’ in Internet options.

Url = https://ip-adres:port/webservice?action=test&certificate -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE--…

I get this warning : ‘There is a problem with the website’s security certificate’ When I click on ‘Continue to this website (not recommended)’, I get the correct results.

What is the correct syntax for my url ?

asked 08 Apr '13, 05:46

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Jaak Thijs
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Your certificate is probably okay. You will get that from your browser whenever you go to a web site whose certificate has not been signed by a trusted authority (e.g. VeriSign). I'm assuming that you created a self-signed certificate with createcert. If you want this warning to go away, you will have to get your certificate signed.

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answered 08 Apr '13, 08:58

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... you will have to get your certificate signed.

Or you might add the certificate of the CA (or of its root authority) - which may be the same certificate as the one you are using for a self-signed certificate - to your browser's list of trusted CAs.

(08 Apr '13, 09:14) Volker Barth
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