I install SSL Let’s Encrypt but address bar display orange bar not green bar https
My domain is: https://lioa.net.vn
I ran this command: /letsencrypt-auto certonly --standalone
It produced this output:
My web server is (include version): Nginx
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version):
Cent OS 6
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: PA Viet Nam
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know):Yes
I’m using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel):Cpanel
I’ve ever met this case, with my website: https://standavietnam.net/
That is when my banner is taken from other websites, which do not have SSL / HTTPS installed. After changing the banner, the address bar changes to green.
You try it!
(Sorry for my English not really good)
Looks ok on my side and on SSL Labs
You could be seeing an orange bar because you are calling an image from https://images.dmca.com
If by “green address bar” you mean an Extended Validation (EV) certificate.
LE doesn’t provide EV certs only Domain Validation (DV) certificates; which will not show as green.
Yes quite right.
In Chrome you will see this.
In Safari you will see this:
and In Firefox you will see this:
What browser are you using that it shows orange ??? Please post a screen grab.
It also looks OK to me! Usually these problems can be diagnosed well with
If you have problems that other people don’t have, you might have some kind of browser extension in your web browser that is modifying the content of the page and adding tracking elements to it, which the browser recognizes as insecure because they come from a non-HTTPS origin. This could be malicious software that you installed by accident or without realizing its malicious consequences. There is a very large amount of malicious software like this out there in the form of browser toolbars and bad browser add-ons.
Another unusual possibility would be that something about the site itself generates different content depending on where the user is connecting from, so if the site shows slightly different content to people inside Vietnam and outside Vietnam, maybe nobody outside Vietnam can confirm the nature of the problem. However, this explanation seems quite unlikely to me.
Thanks @schoen yet another valuable testing tool to add into my arsenal of testing tools
@schoen nice to see results like this
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