and some others
Web server: Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu)
Operating system: Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS
Hosting provider: Digital ocean
I can login to a root shell.
I do not use a control panel.
Certbot version: certbot 0.31.0
I have run into problems with letsencrypt certificates and browsers.
I have spend the last two days trying to figure out what the problem is.
It seems the problem is like this.
I have a number of domain names all as different virtual hosts
Until three days ago, I thought I had no problems. Everything seemed to work fine.
Friday I added a new domain mijnbuurt1.nl with a virtual host and created a certificate.
Firefox decided that my new website was a security risk.
I checked the certificate with https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html
According to ssllabs the certificate is good.
But Firefox does not trust it.
Chrome and Brave trust it, but not the script subdirectory.
I checked a certificate of circleoflightandlove.com with ssllabs.
Ssllabs stated, that the certificate was wrong.
But all the browsers have no problem with this website.
I deleted the certificate with
Then I created a new certificate with
certbot --apache -d circleoflightandlove.com
Then I checked that domain again with ssllabs
ssslabs thinks my certificate is good.
But the browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Brave) do not handle my site well.
I deleted the new certificate and created again, this time with:
certbot --apache -d www.circleoflightandlove.com
(Difference: this time with www. )
Now ssllabs says:
Certificate name mismatch
But the browsers handle my site as they should.
When I tell ssllabs to ignore the name mismatch and proceed, ssllabs says:
How can I find out what goes wrong?
Where can I find more information?
Is there a way to read the certificate?
Thanks for the help you can give me.