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I installed the SSL version of osCommerce 2.2 ms2 (SSL selected when installed). The service provider supports SSL, but there is no information about setting it up, so I presumed it was set up with the creation of the account. When I try to access the encrypted pages /catalog/checkout_shipping.php for example The page cannot be displayed. I believe this is because the page is not protected by SSL and will not display until it is, I can find no informtion on SSL on service provider suport pages.

 

How do I make these pages secure and encrypted?

 

Some server information which may help: PHP Version 4.3.2 , Linux 2.4.18-27.7.x, Apache/1.3.28 (Unix) mod_auth_passthrough/1.6 mod_log_bytes/1.2 mod_bwlimited/1.0 PHP/4.3.2 FrontPage/5.0.2.2634 mod_ssl/2.8.15 OpenSSL/0.9.6b. Mcrypt 2.4.x

Address: http://www.natures-mind.com/catalog/

Note: Very early stages of development (only 2 days progress).

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i'm having the exact same problem, on my account and checkout it looks for ssl https://

 

http://www.tksystems.co.uk/catalog/index.php

 

I have tried http to the location but says page not found but yet the file in on the server 644

 

I also tried puting the file in a catalog folder in the httpsdocs folder on my server but still page not found ???

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Did you buy a ssl certificate?

Does your Hosting provider supplies a shared sll cerificate?

If so, you have to put the path to your ssl certificate in both your admin and catalog/includes/configure.php

 

HTH

The_Bear

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"Did you buy a ssl certificate?"

 

NO

 

"Does your Hosting provider supplies a shared sll certificate?"

 

I assumed it was part of the package, but its not clear, I can find no information regarding SSL certificate on the providers support pages, although the server does support SSL. I am waiting for a response from hosting provider on obtaining a certificate and how to set it up.

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Thanks for the help. :)

 

Would the certificate be in the form of a text file?

 

What folder would it be in?

 

Would a shared sll certificate be located differently from an ssl unique certificate?

 

Can you point me to some good guilds on sll?

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  • 6 months later...

Is it possible for me to install the SSL certificate from Thawte or does the hosting company need to do that? Also, can anyone please explain to me just how a certificate is installed?

 

Thanx much,

Paula :rolleyes:

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i am struggling with ssl also

my client has just purchased an ssl certificate but i orginally set oscommerce not to use ssl cos they didnt have a certificate

now i want to change the setting to allow the use of ssl

how do i do this?

always here to offer some useless advice....

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i am struggling with ssl also

my client has just purchased an ssl certificate but i orginally set oscommerce not to use ssl cos they didnt have a certificate

now i want to change the setting to allow the use of ssl

how do i do this?

 

I'm having the same exact problem...please advise!

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there is a post on SSL in tips and tricks that explains this very well

 

Hi - I read the post but it does not answer how to install/migrate from a working site to a secure site. I am interested in securing the checkout process and not necessarily the entire site, but which ever is easiest is my main goal. Can you put me in touch with a community member who has migrated their site to https?

 

Thank you,

David

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Hi - I read the post but it does not answer how to install/migrate from a working site to a secure site. I am interested in securing the checkout process and not necessarily the entire site

 

That's the default method. Vanilla installation.

Local: Mac OS X 10.5.8 - Apache 2.2/php 5.3.0/MySQL 5.4.10 • Web Servers: Linux

Tools: BBEdit, Coda, Versions (Subversion), Sequel Pro (db management)

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I'm having the same exact problem...please advise!

 

 

Hi - did you ever respolve your SSL issue? I am in the same boat of having to update a non secure site to being a secure site. I am totally lost. I know that our server is SSL enabled, and we have a source for a SSL cert, but I am very leary of the osC coding. I am not a coder and don't want to bring down my site with any experimental changes. Thanks for any help or pointing me in the right direction.

 

Thanks

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That's the default method. Vanilla installation.

 

I am sorry - I don't understand what you mean by vanilla installation? I know that our site is not secured. Our server is ssl enabled and I have a ssl cert source. I just need to know what to do from here. I am new to osC and I am not a php coder by any stretch of the imagination. Thanks for your help.

 

David

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