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Website SSL certificate not working on Safari

Posted on 2013-01-25
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Hi all,

I have a website with an SSL certificate that works on all browser except Safari.  I get the attached dialog.  What doesn't make sense is it identifies the cert as Apple iPhone Device CA and the date are from last year.  Also, the cert works fine on my iPad2.

Please help.

Thanks,

Rick
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Without a link to that website, we can't check anything for you.
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Dave,

https://www.realweiser.com/sbpf

Thanks,

Rick
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On my MacBook Pro, that cert is identified as a GeoTrust cert in Safari and Firefox.  On my PC, it appears that since Apple has abandoned Safari for Windows, your cert is maybe too new for it and it isn't recognized.  There isn't anything you can do about it since Apple will not update Safari for Windows anymore.
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by:ahoffmann
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export the root CA of GeoTrust from your IE and import it in Safari
(sorry no M$ handy to give dozent of screenshot how to do that;-)
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> There isn't anything you can do ..

@rweiser, are you sure?
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Yes.  If I have to support Windows Safari your way it will be a support nightmare.  The best way to do this is to tell people Safari on Windows is not supported.
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... dows ... nightmare. ;-)
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