We have a secure certificate set up on our server for our ecommerce site. We have had it for several months and a small percentage of our visitors have complained about an error message regarding our site's security. This error comes from multiple browsers including Internet Explorer.
I was never able to recreate the error until recently. I made a change to our shopping cart and now I get the error message every time. The message says that the name on our certificate doesn't match the name of our site. Using Firefox, I received a second error, this one stating another issue.
I need someone who REALLY understands how these certs. work. I never want anyone to see another error message when trying to place an order.
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