@The Red Matrix Support Channel
Just got the following email re ssl certs:
This is the webserver at Red Matrix;
A routine check indicates the SSL certificate for this website is not valid. Your website cannot fully participate in the RedMatrix until this is resolved. Please check your certificate and with your certificate provider or service provider to ensure it is "browser valid" and installed correctly. Self-signed certificates are NOT SUPPORTED and NOT ALLOWED in the RedMatrix.
The check is performed by fetching a URL from your website with strict SSL checking enabled, and if this fails, checking again with SSL checks disabled. It's possible a transient error could produce this message, but if any recent configuration changes have been made, or if you receive this message more than once, please check your certificate.
The error message is 'Website SSL certificate is not valid. Please correct.'.
Apologies for the inconvenience, your web server at https://red.acjlaw.net
SSL Labs reports that my ssl setup is decent other than a trust issue with certs signed by CAcert.org:
I'm currently using CAcert.org for signing my certs & I do realize that CAcert is not bundled into std browsers and will probably never pay the fees necessary to do so. I also tried StartSSL (free version) but gave up on it as the web site was horribly slow (free version) and could never actually get a certificate, though it would email me a link to the next stage in the process but I could never get through so I gave up on them.
Any recommendations for a certificate authority & pricing.