cozyorange — 2013-01-20T06:22:19-05:00 — #1
I am currently using the GeoTrust SSL with EV on my eCommerce site. It works nicely for various browsers I have tried.
However, when I access the site with my android phone, a warning pops up saying that the SSL certificate is from an untrusted source. Does this happen to all SSL on Android, or only to GeoTrust SSL? Should I consider switching SSL provider down the road?
eastcoast — 2013-01-20T11:55:24-05:00 — #2
It'll likely be specific to geotrust as I don't see errors on any ssl sites on my android. Their own site says its not readily compatible with android versions earlier than 2.3 http://www.geocerts.com/ssl/browsers
cozyorange — 2013-01-20T19:10:20-05:00 — #3
Thank you EastCoast!
I will contact GeoTrust regarding the "cross root intermediate certificate" they specified on that page.
richardaskew — 2013-01-21T09:41:56-05:00 — #4
Does this support article describe what you are seeing http://support.servertastic.com/rapidssl-and-geotrust-certificate-not-trusted-on-mobile-device/? It may explain why there is different behaviour on different devices.
cozyorange — 2013-01-21T09:57:45-05:00 — #5
Yes, I think this is exactly what the problem is. Thank you very much!