The security warning will pop up again And again click on Continue to this website (not recommended). In this dialog click on the button Install Certificate... On the second page make sure that Trusted Sites is still selected. In the list of Trusted sites select the URL we added earlier. Back in the main window, click on Certificate Error in the red address bar. If you find a self-signed certificate on your server after installing a Digi Cert certificate, we recommend that you check the installation instructions and make sure that you have completed all of the steps.If you completed all of the installation steps but are still having an issue, you should generate a new CSR from your server (see the CSR creation instructions) and then reissue the certificate in your Digi Cert account by logging in, clicking the order number, and then clicking the reissue link.View the certificate to determine whether you want to trust the certifying authority. " Internet Explorer 7: "The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server." Firefox 3: " an invalid security certificate.
Self-Signed Certificates One possible cause of this error is that a self-signed certificate is installed on the server.This issue can also occur if the site has a self-signed certificate.While this warning is fairly generic for Internet Explorer, Firefox 3 will distinguish between a certificate issued by the server itself (a self-signed certificate) and another type of untrusted certificate.In the tester, an incomplete installation shows multiple certificate files connected by an unbroken blue chain.Intermediate Certificate Issues (Advanced) If you receive an error using our SSL Certificate tester, you are using a Windows server, and your certificate's issuer is listed as "Digi Cert High Assurance EV CA-3", please see this article for instructions on troubleshooting a SSL installation error.