I am running six domains on a CentOS7 webserver using Apache 2.4
I have now installed LetsEncrypt, installation went flawessly.
All my domains are working securely, smooth as silk, on every browser EXCEPT Firefox.
Firefox (latest:47.0.1) responds with “Your connection is not secure”
“The owner of (your domain) has configured their website improperly”
".Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN"
Well, I beg Mozilla’s royal, arrogant pardon! My sites are NOT configged improperly!
All my domains pass SSLTest “A” Green:
No issues whatsoever.
My cert and private key match.
I have added the keys and chain to my ssl.conf file.
Everything works great - EXCEPT it does not work on Firefox.
Must I actually submit to my customers thinking my sites are not secure?
I have spent HOURS on this forum and others to find no solution to this problem.
I see other people have this problem, too. Also getting no solution.
Am I missing something?
What’s up? Why is this happening? Does someone pahleeze know how to fix it?