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My domain is: https://www.tritux.fr/
I ran this command: letsencrypt --webroot-path=/var/www/html/ -d tritux.fr -d www.tritux.fr
It produced this output: I got a certificate and everything is ok, but the certificate seems to show this error : NET::ERR_CERTIFICATE_TRANSPARENCY_REQUIRED
What should I do ?
When I load https://www.tritux.fr in Chrome, I do not see the error, instead I see a valid CT response:
Could you check again? This error might be caused by delays in CT logs and might have been resolved simply because you waited a little.
On the other note, I see that the certificate is valid only for
www.tritux.fr and not
tritux.fr (which you mention in the question). Is that a problem?
What version of Chrome are you testing with?
I don’t believe this symptom is caused by what you are referencing here. I think you’re thinking about delays by monitors like
crt.sh ingesting log entries and that would be unrelated to this browser error.
Indeed i should have waited a little bit, the ERR_CERTIFICATE_TRANSPARENCY_REQUIRED is gone now.
I just have update the source code and remove all the unsecure http requests and replace them with https.
Thank you very much!
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