Currently Headrush uses a cert from the Mozilla root CA. If it's going to be used by the community, we should get a cert from a CA that Firefox recognises by default, so users don't encounter the "bad cert" page. If we don't need it to work in IE, http://www.startssl.com issues free ones. Otherwise, any trusted CA will do. (The MoCo may have a relationship with one, I don't know.) Gerv
This instance is on a staging server, which means it's for staging and testing use only. It shouldn't be used by the community at all. If it's going to be used by the community, a production instance of Headrush should be set up, which means it'll get a real certificate then.
yeah this only happens on the stage server. of course, the community won't be running headrush on the stage server.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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