Re: Secure Web Site

Jeffrey Betts ( )
Tue, 30 Dec 1997 18:35:36 -0800

Do you have to get a certificate I thought you
could enable SSL on a portion of your web site
so that when a when customer sends a charge card number
in a form it would be encrypted. Am I wrong here ?

Thanks Again

Richard Lachance wrote:

> At 18:10 97-12-30 -0300, you wrote:
> >1) Get a digital certificate (You can contact a Certificate Provider,
> >like Verisign ou Thawte)
> Got that; confirmed in the key manager.
> >3) Link to your secure pages using https://your_domain/dir/page.htm
> >instead of http://your_domain/dir/page.htm
> When I access the virtual site with http://, I am able to get to it, but
> when I use https://, I get the following error message:
> "Internet Explorer (4.0) cannot open the Internet site https://(URL). A
> connection to the server could not be established"
> Any clue what it might be? It's obviously not a file permission problem,
> since I am able to access the virtual site in non-secure mode.
> Thanks.
> Richard.
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